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December 3, 1994 | From Religion News Service
The Synagogue Council of America, Judaism's sole interdenominational body, has apparently collapsed under the weight of financial shortfalls and internal differences after nearly 70 years of operation. Although there has been no formal vote to disband the Synagogue Council, it is vacating its Manhattan offices this month. A plan to move the council's administrative headquarters temporarily to a Reform temple in White Plains, N.Y., was vetoed by Orthodox representatives.
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December 3, 1994 | From Religion News Service
The Synagogue Council of America, Judaism's sole interdenominational body, has apparently collapsed under the weight of financial shortfalls and internal differences after nearly 70 years of operation. Although there has been no formal vote to disband the Synagogue Council, it is vacating its Manhattan offices this month. A plan to move the council's administrative headquarters temporarily to a Reform temple in White Plains, N.Y., was vetoed by Orthodox representatives.
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July 31, 1993 | From Associated Press
Today's Mennonites, members of a historic, relatively large denomination working in America since colonial days, don't match the image some people have of them. They don't wear antique-style clothes and drive buggies. The thousands of Mennonites gathered for their biennial convention in Philadelphia this week appear like most assemblages of U.S. Christians, and their meetings ponder many of the same issues confronting churches at large.
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July 31, 1993 | From Associated Press
Today's Mennonites, members of a historic, relatively large denomination working in America since colonial days, don't match the image some people have of them. They don't wear antique-style clothes and drive buggies. The thousands of Mennonites gathered for their biennial convention in Philadelphia this week appear like most assemblages of U.S. Christians, and their meetings ponder many of the same issues confronting churches at large.
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