Washington State Synagogues
List and description of Washington state synagogues from the 'Seattle Jewish Transcript's Guide to Jewish Washington' Web site. The birth of a baby is a good time to consider your affiliation with a synagogue.
It is also a good time to check out Jewish organizations in your area and see what they can do for you and your family
and what you can do for them. "Family is all about community" DB
- Kosher in Seattle
Kosher caterering and food in Seattle from the 'Seattle Jewish Transcript's Guide to Jewish Washington' Web site. Whether you keep kosher or not, it is proper to provide kosher food at a public Jewish event - such as a bris. Seattle has several kosher caterers, kosher bakeries, and supermarkets with a good selection of kosher foods.
- Va'ad HaRabanim of Greater Seattle
The Va'ad is the local rabbinic council (Orthodox) that oversees kashrut (for local kosher establishments), functions as a
Bet Din (religious court), and serves as a resource for Jewish services
throughout Seattle and the surrounding areas.
- The Jewish Transcript
Sometimes the birth of a baby is a good time to reconnect with your Jewishness. The Jewish Transcript and its Guide to Jewish Washington is a must.
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