Join Nate's Shul in welcoming Torah


The Torah scroll is one of the Jewish people's most sacred objects. It has 304,805 handwritten letters. With a feather and special mix for ink, the scribe writes the five books of Moses on roughly 54 pieces of parchment. The average process takes over a year to produce the beautiful workmanship of a Torah Scroll. The writing of the scroll follows a strict set of laws that Jewish tradition has maintained for over 3300 years going back to the time of Moses. 

When a scroll is completed, it calls for great celebration by the entire community with a festive meal, singing and dancing. 

Just after the Jewish holiday of Shavuos, the anniversary of the Israelites standing at Mount Sinai to hear the 10 Commandments, a new Torah Scroll will be completed at the Orlando Science Center by the Chabad of North Orlando and Nate's Shul in Longwood. The entire community is welcome to join in the celebration on Sunday, June 4 at 6:30 p.m. There is no cost to attend.

Sponsors will be honored to help the Sofer (scribe) complete the final letters of this magnificent scroll before the main event. 


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