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Film Chronicles Old, New Green Road Synagogue Buildings

Jacob Pincus has created a 16-minute film, “Make Me a Sanctuary,” which chronicles the life of the congregation that built Green Road Synagogue’s original building that opened in 1973, and the decision to demolish that building for a new one on the same site.

With a budget of less than $1,000 and at least 500 hours of time, with help from his father and aid from former Green Road Synagogue president Ari H. Jaffe, Jacob Pincus researched and chronicled the life of the congregation and its history.

Read more in the Cleveland Jewish News

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