Then he left his home and fled from horse-rearing Argos and came to Minyan
She was youngest daughter to Amphion son of Iasus and king of Minyan
Orchomenus, and was Queen in Pylos.
are being held at the homes of the victims and their family members and at the Jewish Community Center, a 10-minute walk up the street from the Tree of Life.
Among them are excluding him from prayer minyans
and not allowing him to be buried in a Jewish cemetery.
While other independent congregations that define themselves as Orthodox had already broken this barrier, particularly the so-called partnership minyans
such as Shira Chadasha in Jerusalem, Darchei Noam in New York and Rosh Pina in Washington, DC, this was considered a first.
It boasted three minyans
a day, a mikvah, and a baseball team nicknamed the "Goose Eaters." Membership peaked at forty-five families, some of whom remained with the congregation for five generations.
While still not recognized by the Orthodox, today women routinely become rabbis and are counted in minyans
of Reform and most Conservative synagogues (Zaidman 50).
As long as fledgling churches and neighborhood minyans
are shut down by zoning boards, and anti-discrimination laws are interpreted to forbid Bible verses on paychecks while forcing landlords to rent to unmarried couples, religious conservatives will need Richard Epstein's legal scholarship more than Allan Bloom's attacks on rock music.
According to the original story, the crew consisted of the chief members of Jason's own race, the Minyans
; later, other and better-known heroes, such as Heracles, were added to their number.
It underscores the degree to which mainstream synagogues feel the movements have hampered their efforts to attract younger Jews at a time when independent minyans
and other groups are succeeding with a less institutional approach to Jewish practice.