Bluffton's Terrie Weintraub holds the Torah with her husband, David, left, and Rabbi Robert Seigel on June 17 at Temple Oseh Shalom inside Lowcountry Presbyterian Church in Bluffton. Weintraub, who was raised Catholic, recently converted to Judaism — a first for the temple.
Bluffton's Terrie Weintraub holds the Torah with her husband, David, left, and Rabbi Robert Seigel on June 17 at Temple Oseh Shalom inside Lowcountry Presbyterian Church in Bluffton. Weintraub, who was raised Catholic, recently converted to Judaism — a first for the temple. Sarah Welliver/The Island Packet
Bluffton's Terrie Weintraub holds the Torah with her husband, David, left, and Rabbi Robert Seigel on June 17 at Temple Oseh Shalom inside Lowcountry Presbyterian Church in Bluffton. Weintraub, who was raised Catholic, recently converted to Judaism — a first for the temple. Sarah Welliver/The Island Packet

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June 25, 2011 12:01 AM

Religion News: Woman's conversion to Judaism is first at Bluffton temple

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