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New Shul members embark on Torah-writing project

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Posted: Wednesday, June 8, 2016 10:00 am

Congregants of a North Scottsdale synagogue that is primarily run by the voluntary efforts of its members have embarked on an ambitious new project: writing a new Torah.

“When The New Shul was founded 14 years ago, we bought two old Torah scrolls from a shul in Connecticut,” says Rabbi Michael Wasserman, who is the spiritual leader of the congregation along with his wife, Rabbi Elana Kanter.  

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