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Synagogue Council of America

Résumé
The Synagogue Council of America was an American Jewish organization of synagogue and rabbinical associations, founded in 1926. The Council was the umbrella body bridging the three primary religious movements within Judaism in the United States. It included:
  • The Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America (Orthodox)
  • The Rabbinical Council of America (Orthodox)
  • The United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism (Conservative)
  • The Rabbinical Assembly (Conservative)
  • The Union of American Hebrew Congregations (Reform)
  • The Central Conference of American Rabbis (Reform)
The organization dissolved in 1994, facing financial difficulties and fractiousness among its members, the organization effectively collapsed after a proposal to relocate the council's offices from Manhattan to White Plains, New York, where it would have been housed in a Reform congregation, was rejected by Orthodox members of the organization. Rabbi Haskel Lookstein of the Orthodox Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun
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