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Our campus is composed of five acres of Pineland Hammock, fruit trees, a meditation garden, a butterfly garden, a barbecue area, a labyrinth, a sanctuary, offices and an education wing which houses a French School during the week. We endeavor to keep plants native to South Florida and to weed out the “exotics”. The property was purchased by the congregation in 1962 when they were forced to move out of their previous home at the juncture of US 1 and the then new I – 95, by eminent domain. The architects of the striking new sanctuary, a “hyperbolic parabola,” with shapes inspired by the surrounding palmettos and the image of a cluster of tents, were Earl Starnes and Joseph Rentshcer.