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Shaya Tzvi Sackett

Rabbi

Congregation Degel Israel Holy Society

Direct Phone: (717) ***-****direct phone

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Rabbi Shaya Tzvi Sackett
(717) 291-1475



lancasteronline.com

Many of the commandments God gave to the Jewish people, including those to tithe produce, have a sabbatical year in which crops aren't grown and worship at the temple in Jerusalem, can't be observed other than in the land of Israel, said Shaya Sackett, rabbi of Lancaster's Orthodox Congregation Degel Israel.
Being accountable doesn't mean pointing a finger at someone else, Sackett said. Rather than pointing an accusing finger at someone else, it is important that a person look inward, and try to make up what is missing, he said. It would probably be fair to say, Sackett said, that Orthodox Jews believe that eventually the land of Israel will be under religious auspices (though he says it's unclear whether that would look like a theocracy). "I'm sure God has his reasons for doing this," Sackett said.


Vaad Hakashrus of Lancaster

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Kashrus Administrator: Rabbi Shaya Sackett


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"What we have going here is a win-win proposition," program principal Rabbi Shaya Sackett said during an open house Sunday.
"We're giving boys who are not college-bound, who Herve Leger Asymmetrical Neck are not particularly academically inclined, an opportunity to learn a trade and to remain a part of the greater community," he said. "They're learning skills so they will be productive members of society." It's also good for the city, Sackett said. The High Street property, purchased from the Redevelopment Authority for 23,500, is the third blighted property in as many years the Yeshiva has taken and restored. "This was a condemned property that investors were passing over as not worth the investment. They couldn't turn a profit," Sackett said. "And we were able to return a very livable house to the city," Sackett said. The current students, Sackett said, hail largely from the New York and Baltimore areas, and one is from Switzerland. It's program like no other in the world, Sackett said.


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