Join us this Shabbat to say Farewell to our Dear Friend Ronen

Our friend Ronen Brick will be making aliyaa on Sunday.  He is sponsoring our kiddush this shabbat and invites the entire community to enjoy the kiddush with him to say goodbye.  Ronen has been a part of our community for four years and we have enjoyed having him.  Ronen, we wish you the best of […]

Jerusalem Day (Yom Yerushalayim)

Jerusalem Day (Hebrew: יום ירושלים, Yom Yerushalayim) is an Israeli national holiday commemorating the reunification of Jerusalem and the establishment of Israeli control over the Old City in 1967. The day is marked by state ceremonies, memorial services for soldiers who died in the battle for Jerusalem, parades through downtown Jerusalem, reciting the Hallel prayer […]

Why Dairy on Shavuot?

On Shavuot, we eat dairy for the festival meals or at least for most of them.  Jewish lore offers several origins for the dairy tradition: Moses was drawn out of the water on the day which later became known as Shavuot.  He was willing to be nursed only by a Hebrew women.  On his merit, […]

A Set of Dishes – A Transforming Story

By Velvl Greene   Even before we met Rabbi Moshe Feller in 1962 we would have been considered active and even committed Jews. Most of our friends were Jewish, our families were Jewish, our interests included Jewish “things”, and our outlook was certainly Jewish. We read books published by the JPS, we listened to Jewish […]

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Orthodox Singles

The next Orthodox Singles 55+ planned ;Get Together will take place, on Sunday, May 16th, 5:00 PM at Noahs Ark 493 Cedar Lane, Teaneck, NJ 07666 Come on down, and meet a bunch of nice people, make new friends and maybe discover your Basherte. The menu will be AlaCarte and If interested call Arlene at […]

Today is Lag BaOmer.

LagBaOMer is the day when the students of Rabbi Akiva stopped dying. Also, it is the day of the passing of Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai, Rabbi Akiva’s student who, on the day of his passing, authored the Zohar. He decreed that the day of his passing should be celebrated like a Hilula, a wedding day […]