Sunday, December 16, 2018


YU Hosts Tribute to Rabbi Dr. Meir Fulda, zt”l

Hundreds gathered on Sunday, November 4, at Belfer Hall on the Weissberg Commons of Yeshiva University, to pay tribute to their rebbe, Rabbi Dr. Meir Fulda, zt”l. Throughout his 77-year affiliation with YU, Rabbi Fulda touched the lives of his thousands of students, men and women, both academically and personally. Rabbi Fulda was

Teaneck Mourns Pittsburgh With Candlelight Vigil

There is no place for divide or hatred in our community. That was the prevailing message at a recent candlelight vigil organized by the Jewish Community Council of Greater Teaneck and the Teaneck Township in solidarity with the Pittsburgh Jewish community. The vigil, held at the Municipal Green, was attended by hundreds of

Englewood to Host ‘Tenufa Bakehila’ This Shabbat

The Englewood community will host Gabi Nachmani, the director of “Tenufa Bakehila,” or “Building Hope,” during the upcoming Shabbat, Parshat Toldot, November 9-10. Nachmani will address the community about his highly successful NGO at the East Hill Synagogue on Friday night, at the Benaroya Sephardic Center at

River Vale Jewish Home Supports Pittsburgh

River Vale Jewish Home Assisted Living residents Miriam Goldfarb and Marilyn Savron raise money for victims of Pittsburgh Synagogue attack.

Fair Lawn Focuses on Faith

“Wrestling With Faith,” a six-week course from the Jewish Learning Institute taught by Rabbi Bergstein of Anshei Lubavitch in Fair Lawn, drew a large crowd for its first class on a recent Sunday night.

Drawing upon 3,000 years of Jewish knowledge, as well as a storehouse of literary, psychological

Teaneck High School Presents ‘Clue’

All are invited to watch Eitan Hiller perform as “Wadsworth,” the butler, in “Clue,” the play, at Teaneck High School, the weekend of November 16-18.

It’s a dark and stormy night, and you’ve been invited to a very unusual dinner party.

Each of the guests

Jewish Home at Rockleigh Runs Monthly Parkinson’s Support Group

Join the Jewish Home at Rockleigh for its monthly Parkinson’s support group on Thursday, November 15. The schedule is as follows:

Delay the Disease: 10:00-10:30 a.m.

Program: 10:30 a.m.-12:00

Congregation Beth Aaron Hosts Yoetzet Halacha Event for Women

On Sunday, November 18, at 8 p.m., Congregation Beth Aaron will host Teaneck’s new yoetzet halacha, Tova Warburg Sinensky, who will speak on “Conceptions, Misconceptions, Missed Conceptions.” Learn about the top misconceptions women have about the laws and concepts of taharat hamishpacha, gleaned from her experience fielding thousands

Rubashkin Visiting Englewood

Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin makes his Englewood debut this Shabbos. Come to Cong. Shomrei Emunah, 89 Huegenot Avenue, Motzei Shabbat at 7:30 for an evening of song and inspiration as Sholom Mordechai shares his incredible story of emunah. Open to the entire community.

Kristallnacht Commemoration to Be Held in Fair Lawn

The 10th annual Susan Nelson Glasser Memorial Kristallnacht Commemoration,

“A Portrait of Music’s Schindler: Bronislaw Huberman and the Orchestra of Exiles,” will be held on Sunday, November 11, at 7 p.m. The evening will feature an introduction about Huberman and then a film, “Orchestra

In Teaneck, Time to ‘Harden Security’ at Religious Institutions

It’s been said quite a few times that hate has no place here in New Jersey, but it bore repeating last week. Thursday evening, at The Avenue event space on Queen Anne Road, Deputy Mayor Elie Katz brought together a high-level security briefing for all community members, including clergy, law enforcement, school personnel

Come Visit the Ohr HaTorah Pre-Chanukah Boutique

Following last year’s successful Chanukah boutique, Congregation Ohr HaTorah in Bergenfield is excited to open its doors for another pre-Chanukah event. Thanks to the efforts of the Ohr HaTorah sisterhood led by co-presidents Tamar Gross and Ricki Kurtz, the Chanukah boutique is back for its third year.