Temple Beth Zzedek - Table of Contents

Hall - Temple Beth Tzedek
621 Getzville Rd., Amherst, NY 14226

In 2008, Temple Beth David-Ner Israel and Temple Emanu-El merged with the new name Temple Beth Tzedek.
Temple Beth Tzedek - Official Website

On this page:

Members's plaques

Doors


Roundel




Left corridor features panels with the names of temple members. 

Right pair of doors,
the entrance to the sanctuary:  symbolic Gates of Righteousness.
Sha’arey Tzedek  means “Gates of Righteousness.”








Panels with names of temple members. 
On birthdays, the light bulb next to the person's name lights up.



One of the panels




Sanctuary Doors


The doors are symbolically the Gates of Righteousness - Psalm 118:19-21:
"Open to me the gates of righteousness: I will go into them, and I will praise the LORD:
This gate of the LORD, into which the righteous shall enter.
I will praise thee: for thou hast heard me, and art become my salvation."

These doors are from
Temple Emanu-El. In 2008, Temple Beth David-Ner Israel and Temple Emanu-El merged with the new name Temple Beth Zzedek.



The doors feature beveled and glue-chipped glass.



The purple in the illustration results from objects behind the glass in the sanctuary.





Beveled,  glue-chipped glass
Roundel
By
Jane Jacobson, Glass Roots Stained Glass Studio





Roundel



Woman with candles and bread ... Hare ... Stars ... Branch ... Bird ... Fish



Stars ... Branches ... Turtle



Birds

Special thanks to Executive Director Allan Werbow and stained glass artist Jane Jacobson for their cooperation and assistance in 2011.

Photos and their arrangement 2011 Chuck LaChiusa
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