Historians, Local Jewish Congregation Recognize Civil War Passover Feast In Southern W.Va.

Soldiers came together during the conflict for a Passover feast known as a Seder. Reporter Shepherd Snyder spoke with Joseph Golden, Jewish researcher and secretary of the Temple Beth El congregation in Beckley, along with Drew Gruber of Civil War Trails, about this celebration’s historical significance.

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Us & Them: The Church Lady

I speak with journalist Linda K. Wertheimer, the author of Faith Ed: Teaching About Religion In an Age of Intolerance. In her book, she has a chapter…

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Morgantown Synagogue Releases Book of Oral Histories

The first Jewish residents moved to Morgantown in 1879. Since then, the community has made quite a mark on the city. A few years ago, the then-president…

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Israeli Consul General visits W.Va. to expand cultural and economic ties

An Israeli General Consul is in West Virginia this week visiting lawmakers as well as both Jewish and Christian groups.Sideman met with members of a…

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