PIIN Response to the Shooting at Tree of Life
The hate that has defined our nation recently, came to one of PIIN’s congregations this morning. Congregation Dor Hadash calls the Tree of Life synagogue home, and the prayers of all PIIN members are with them at this horrible time.
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