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Definition. The word avodah means "labor", from the verb avad meaning "to labor ".

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Talmud - Avodah Zarah (E)
Talmud - Mas. Avodah Zarah 2a. CHAPTER I.
Avodah Zarah
Benei Noah Studies -- Anti-Missionary/Anti-Cult Materials. Avodah Zarah. The Sin in Our Times.
Avodah Zarah as Falsehood—Denial of Reality and Rejection of
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Rabbi Robert and Margaret Miller Education - Temple Beth Avodah
Rabbi Robert and Margaret Miller. Education Center of. Temple Beth Avodah.

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The Most Benefitting Summer of My Life
I mentioned the strange unit that I was in but, even after two weeks taking part in it, I was still unsure of what Avodah was all about. Now, freshly back in St. Louis, I have a lot to reflect on.
'A wonderful alliance'
In a presentation exploring the Avodah service, Fine—who calls this service “one of the most difficult sections of the Yom Kippur liturgy” — will ask what connection we can make with the detailed account of the ancient Temple service.
Morton Rubin, Northeastern scholar of race relations; at 88
In the 1960s, he became a founding member of Temple Beth Avodah, a Reform synagogue in Newton Centre. As he aged, he spent more time studying Jewish theology.
Two amazing Jewish social justice opportunities in Washington DC
This unique opportunity is offered through AVODAH: The Jewish Service Corps, and combines stipended full-time work with group living and weekly opportunities to learn about ways to make change in the world and the Jewish connection to social justice.
Teach the Children
In Palo Alto, the Avodah L'Olam program at Gideon Hausner Jewish Day School allows middle-school students to experience social action, service learning and leadership through tzedakah, or charitable acts.

Suggested Web Resources

AVODAH: The Jewish Service Corps
AVODAH: The Jewish Service Corps - About Us
Apply to AVODAH: The Jewish Service Corps
AVODAH: The Jewish Service Corps - Staff
Avodah - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For the Israeli political party, see Labor Party (Israel). Avoda, or Avodah (Hebrew: עֲבוֹדָה‎), is a Hebrew word, literally meaning "work".

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