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Finding God in Biloxi

This is an essay titled ďFinding God in BiloxiĒ by Rabbi Isadoro Aizenberg. He wrote this essay about his experiences leading High Holiday services for Congregation Beth Israel in Biloxi, Mississippi, after Hurricane Katrina damaged the synagogue and devastated the surrounding community. This essay was published on the website of Project Tzohar, the United Synagogue for Conservative Judaismís Hurricane Relief effort, on October 10, 2005.

Project Tzohar: October 11, 2005

This is one of a series of updates from the website of Project Tzohar, the United Synagogue for Conservative Judaismís Hurricane Relief effort. This update is from October 19, 2005 and describes how Hurricane Katrina affected two Conservative Synagogues - Shir Chadash in Metairie, LA, and Beth Israel in Biloxi, MS.

Project Tzohar: September 19, 2005

This is one of a series of updates from the website of Project Tzohar, the United Synagogue for Conservative Judaismís Hurricane Relief effort. This update is from September 19, 2005, and lists the first recipients of money from the United Synagogueís Hurricane Relief Funds, and also describes some of the fundís guidelines.

Project Tzohar: September 13, 2005

This is one of a series of updates from the website of Project Tzohar, the United Synagogue for Conservative Judaismís Hurricane Relief effort. This update is from September 13, 2005, and describes some of the hurricane damage suffered by Shir Chadash synagogue in Metairie, LA and Congregation Beth Israel in Biloxi, MS. This update also describes some of the relief efforts of Houstonís Beth Yeshurun synagogue.

Project Tzohar: September 9, 2005

This is one of a series of updates from the website of Project Tzohar, the United Synagogue for Conservative Judaismís Hurricane Relief effort. This update is from September 9, 2005, and provides further updates both from Conservative synagogues affected by the Hurricane as well as from host synagogues from around that country that have been helping Hurricane Katrina evacuees.