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United Synagogue of America

United Synagogue of America

The United Synagogue of America was founded in 1913 as the association of Conservative synagogues in North America. It was organized by Rabbi Dr. Solomon Schechter, a Talmudic scholar and spokesman for the Conservative movement. Today, as the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, it serves as a resource to its 650 affiliated congregations across North America, helping them to enrich the Jewish lives of their members and fulfilling religious, educational and communal responsibilities. The organization contains administrative divisions for youth activities, Jewish education, adult studies, music, social action, dietary laws, and congregational standards. It is affiliated with the National Federation of Jewish Men’s Clubs, The Rabbinical Assembly, and the Women’s League for Conservative Judaism.

https://uscj.org

סדר תפלות ישראל (אשכנז)‏ | Seder Tefilot Yisrael: Sabbath and Festival Prayer Book, compiled by the Rabbinical Assembly & United Synagogue of America (1946)

Contributed on: י״א בשבט ה׳תשע״ז (2017-02-06) by Aharon N. Varady (digital imaging and document preparation) | Morris Silverman | Robert Gordis | the Rabbinical Assembly of America | United Synagogue of America |

The Rabbinical Assembly of America’s popular mid-20th century modern prayerbook for Conservative American Jewry based upon the work of Rabbi Morris Silverman. . . .


מחזור לשלוש רגלים (אשכנז)‏ | Maḥzor l’Shalosh Regalim: Festival Prayer Book, arranged and translated by the United Synagogue of America (1927)

Contributed on: כ״א באלול ה׳תשע״ט (2019-09-20) by Aharon N. Varady (digital imaging and document preparation) | Maurice Farbridge | Jacob Kohn | Louis Ginzberg | United Synagogue of America |

The United Synagogue of America (now knows as the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism) compiled this Hebrew-English maḥzor for the three regalim (pilgrimage festivals: Pesaḥ, Shavuot, and Sukkot with Shmini Atseret.) Rabbi Dr. Louis Ginzburg was among the editors and writers who helped to compile the maḥzor. . . .



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