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Jewish Temple Features Worship through The Artsi
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Elizabeth Lee
October 09, 2012 7:00 PM
Most Jews in the United States belong to either the Orthodox, Conservative or Reform branches of the faith. But in Los Angeles, music, drama and dance are the focus of one Jewish synagogue that has decided to go outside tradition. The Beverly Hills Temple of the Arts at the Saban Theater is the largest arts synagogue in the country, now celebrating its 20th anniversary. But not everyone approves of its methods. Elizabeth Lee reports for VOA from Los Angeles.

Jewish Temple Features Worship through The Arts

Elizabeth Lee

Published October 09, 2012

Most Jews in the United States belong to either the Orthodox, Conservative or Reform branches of the faith. But in Los Angeles, music, drama and dance are the focus of one Jewish synagogue that has decided to go outside tradition. The Beverly Hills Temple of the Arts at the Saban Theater is the largest arts synagogue in the country, now celebrating its 20th anniversary. But not everyone approves of its methods. Elizabeth Lee reports for VOA from Los Angeles.


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