Wed Apr 14, 2021

Beth Israel synagogue to disband, sell 61-year location

Terry Mann, a lifelong member of Beth Israel Center, browses through a scrapbook inside the synagogue’s library Sunday afternoon. Mann said members are in contact with other congregations that could accept many items from the library and sanctuary. Staff photos by Grant Merritt

“For Sale” signs went up outside Beth Israel Synagogue at the intersection of East Frink Street and Highway. 701 Bypass in Whiteville last week. The congregation’s decision to disband has been more than a year in the making, however, and the changes leading to the move are part of a

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