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Menorah Collection

Lewis Menorah Collection
The Lewis Menorah Collection is one of the largest  private holdings of it’s type in the world. Over twenty-nine years many diverse and unique pieces were acquired for the legacy of the collection. The menorahs range from traditional 19th century Russian and European  silver models to contemporary designs.  They are made from every conceivable material and were created by artists, craftsman and commercial manufacturers.  Through viewing the collection, the wisdom, joy, history and tradition of the Jewish people can be seen.
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Parashat

Parashat Shemot
January 18, 2020

The new Pharaoh does not remember Joseph, and makes the Israelites his slaves. Pharaoh then demands that all Israelite baby boys be killed at birth. Moses’ mother puts her son in a basket in the river, and he is saved by Pharaoh’s daughter. As an adult, Moses kills an Egyptian taskmaster who was beating an Israelite slave. Moses flees to Midian and marries Zipporah. God appears before Moses in a burning bush and tells him to free the Israelites from slavery. An apprehensive Moses returns to Egypt, where he and his brother Aaron demand that Pharaoh free the Israelite slaves. Pharaoh refuses, and God promises to punish him.

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