Forty years later, an urban [Baltimore] synagogue celebrates its birth

BALTIMORE SUN
by Jonathan Pitts
December 16, 2014

Four decades ago, one of the area’s oldest synagogues moved from its longtime home in the city to a sprawling campus in Pikesville, becoming part of a sweeping postwar exodus of Jews to the northwestern suburbs. A few members of Chizuk Amuno didn’t want to go. They arranged to buy their building in Reservoir Hill, reorganized under a different name, and prayed for the best. READ MORE

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