Large Space Needed for Kol Nidre Services

AdventureRabbiThe Adventure Rabbi Congregation is searching for a sanctuary space that can hold 400 people for Kol Nidre, which this year falls on Tuesday September 22, 2015. If you know of a Church or meeting space that holds 400 and has a slanted floor (so the people in the back can see the front) please let us know. You can find our contact information at www.AdventureRabbi.org

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