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    The Day a Week Starts
    I attended the Jewish Friday Sabbath service at the Temple Israel in Omaha at 7:30 pm on Friday, November 11th. The congregation of this temple is the Reform; therefore, the beliefs of worshipers are more liberal than other Jewish congregations. During the service on that day, people sung, the Rabbi talked, a guest speaker from university gave a lecture, and a lady was converted. After the service, some people moved to the different room to get together and had some conversation over refreshments.
    The building of temple is described as plain, but it has elegant characteristics. Inside the temple was not very much decorated with arts, but there were many worded remembrances of Jewish history and beliefs on the walls. There was a section where many goods which were made in various times of history were displayed. Compared to the Asian religious places that I know of, Temple Israel looked very different. If I express some of the Asian religious places as a strong, dignified places, it is rather simple but elegant: with the white-based walls and colorful stained glass in the higher parts of side walls. There were three statue-looking objects in bright colors behind the see-through curtain at the very front of the room. I did not know what they were called, but they looked that they were sacredly kept. They were taken out during the service.
    My impression of the service for worshipers was to share a meaningful time with other worshipers and to gain better un

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    The Day a Week Starts
    I attended the Jewish Friday Sabbath service at the Temple Israel in Omaha at 7:30 pm on Friday, November 11th. The congregation of this temple is the Reform; therefore, the beliefs of worshipers are more liberal than other Jewish congregations. During the service on that day, people sung, the Rabbi talked, a guest speaker from university gave a lecture, and a lady was converted. After the service, some people moved to the different room to get together and had some convers..

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