Without parking those who cannot walk long distances will be unable to attend services. This leaves Sar Shalom with no alternative but to find a new building before the city removes the parking in the spring. While the city of Saint Paul seems not to care about the right of the elderly to be able to gather to worship in the place of their choosing, we must. We refuse to allow these dear ones to lose their place of worship.
This all happened suddenly and we are short of the funds needed to make this change - couple that with the fact that the loss of parking will make it harder to sell our current building, you can understand our dilemma. So we are asking if can you help with a tax deductable donation to our building fund? We are still in need of over $100,000. Help us keep our congregation intact and insure that the first amendment rights of the elderly.
Thank you in advance for you help and may God Bless you.
Rabbi Stan Farr
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