Hopeful note for Jewish new year

Lewis Bogage, shown last year during the Jewish new year celebration in Grand Junction, is a retired rabbi living in Denver who returns to the area this week to lead Congregation Ohr Shalom in High Holy Days rites.



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Lewis Bogage, shown last year during the Jewish new year celebration in Grand Junction, is a retired rabbi living in Denver who returns to the area this week to lead Congregation Ohr Shalom in High Holy Days rites.

Through trials and tribulation, Israel has survived, and Jews have persevered. The endurance of a people and their faith will be the message of retired Rabbi Lewis Bogage to area congregants…




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