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Describe Synagogue services Demonstrate how synagogue services express the beliefs of Judaism Analyse the significance of synagogue services for both the individual and the Jewish community Who goes to synagogue services and when ID: 172691 Download Presentation
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Describe Synagogue services. Demonstrate how synagogue services express the beliefs of Judaism. Analyse the significance of synagogue services for both the individual and the Jewish community. Who goes to synagogue services and when?.
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SYNAGOGUE SERVICES and BELIEFS in JUDAISM
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