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Torah Observant Community in Missouri?

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My wife and I are hopeful that we might be a part of a larger gathering of people in Missouri who are gathering to keep the commandments in Torah. Permaculture seems to be the way to go if one wants to keep Torah, so I figured I'd ask.

Some information about my family: we are readers of the Book of Mormon.  That might be a deal-breaker with a lot of people, but we're willing to set our differences aside as long as we can live Torah as neighbors. We aren't the most out-going people and tend to be a bit socially inept.  That only means that we respect the rights, property, and privacy of those around us, however.  I have not much to contribute, but I have a knowledge and love for the Law: the Torah and the common law. I do have a back that's good for lifting and shoveling, though.

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