Congratulations to Temple Anshe Hesed on the Dedication of Their New Building!

Tonight I attended the Dedication and Celebration of Temple Anshe Hesed here in Erie, PA.

Empty sanctuary with American Flag, floor-to-ceiling artwork in the shape of a Hebrew character, and podium with white flowers in front.
Interior, Temple Anshe Hesed showing art work

An overflow crowd filled the hall, and together we observed Friday evening prayers. Following the Shabbat service we spread out through the building, enjoying refreshments and conversation.

In a prominent place in their large reception room I found this:

Image shows a circle with 7-branched trees around the circle, UU and Jewish symbols and "Thank You... Temple Anshe Hesed For your Generous Hospitality!" above the symbols.
Thank you from the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Erie image, with symbols and a small dedication (see below)

"In 1898 Rabbi Max Currick offered worship space to the newly formed First Unitarian Society of Erie (which as yet, had no building).

In 2000 Rabbi John Bush offered worship space to the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Erie while its church underwent an expansion. These offers were gratefully accepted.

[Signed,] Reverend Terry Kime, Fall 2000"
“In 1898 Rabbi Max Currick offered worship space to the newly formed First Unitarian Society of Erie (which as yet, had no building).

In 2000 Rabbi John Bush offered worship space to the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Erie while its church underwent an expansion. These offers were gratefully accepted.

[Signed,] Reverend Terry Kime, Fall 2000″

I had a wonderful time and it was good to read of their hospitality. Best wishes to the congregation in their new home!