A promised land for LGBT Jews, on 30th Street in NYC
After 41 years of wandering, Congregation Beit Simchat Torah breaks ground on a new synagogue in midtown Manhattan.
NEW YORK – In 1973, an ad was placed in The Village Voice calling for gay Jews to meet for Friday night services. Eleven men and a Christian woman named Mary showed up at the basement of the Church of the Holy Apostles, in Chelsea. Saul Mizrahi was one of them.
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