Tuesday, April 25, 2017


‘The Aisle: A Path Toward Financial Fidelity’ Is Launched by Project Ezrah

Focused upon recently engaged and newly married couples, Project Ezrah is launching a new initiative called “The Aisle: A Path Toward Financial Fidelity.” An initial event is scheduled for 7. on Wednesday evening, March 22, at Congregation Beth Abraham in Bergenfield.

Susan Alpert, director

Frisch Creates New Summer History Experience Program for High Schoolers

This summer, The Frisch School will inaugurate a new experiential learning program. Using the history and culture of the New York area as a backdrop, the Frisch Summer History Experience will offer a fun and enriching program for high school students during part of their summer break.

Taking place on

Teaneck’s Netivot Shalom Celebrates Annual Dinner

Teaneck’s Congregation Netivot Shalom honored Tammy and Mark Hikind with the Sema Heller Memorial Award and Naomi and Michael Knopf with the Service Award at its annual dinner on March 4, held at Factory 220 in Passaic.

According to Rabbi Nathaniel Helfgot, “These two couples

Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce Opens Wall St. Office

On Tuesday afternoon, amidst the hustle and bustle of Manhattan’s Financial District, a group of corporate and government VIPs, and Orthodox Jewish community leaders and activists, stood outside 44 Wall Street, an iconic building housing investment giants such as Charles Schwab and D.H. Blair

Ma'ayanot Yeshiva High School Visits Care One for Purim

Hundreds Rally Against Anti-Semitism at JCC

Threats Continue After Arrest Is Made

On Friday, March 3, The Jewish Federation organized a bi-partisan rally with New Jersey elected officials to assemble in support of the Jewish community in response to recent anti-Semitic threats against Jewish Community Centers

SINAI Students Pack Mishloach Manot With Project Ezrah

SINAI students from RYNJ volunteered at Project Ezrah, packing mishloach manot for them.


Ma’ayanot Dedicates Maker Space Lab in Honor of Renowned Scientist Dr. Rosalyn Yalow

In a world where cutting-edge technology influences our daily lives, it is important to expose today’s students to the myriad opportunities available to them. At Ma’ayanot Yeshiva High School for Girls they are doing just that. Since its inception into the core curriculum, the STEAM Program

Rabbi Elazar Muskin Will Be Scholar-in-Residence at Beth Aaron

On Shabbat, March 17-18, Rabbi Elazar Muskin, senior rabbi of Young Israel of Century City (Los Angeles), will be the scholar-in-residence at Congregation Beth Aaron. On Shabbat morning, Rabbi Muskin will deliver the drasha at the conclusion of davening at the Main Minyan. He will speak at 5:40 p.m. on “When

Teaneck Women’s Tefillah Celebrates Purim

Teaneck Women’s Tefillah (TWT) is holding its 39th annual reading of Megillat Esther for women on Purim night, March 11, Motzei Shabbat. Maariv begins at 7:15 p.m., followed by Megillah reading promptly at 7:30 pm. For information about the private home location, email

Jewish Community Leaders Meet With FBI Director Comey

On Friday, March 3, leadership from the Jewish community met with FBI Director James Comey and the senior leadership team of the FBI to discuss the range of threats that have been directed against Jewish institutions in the past two months. The conversation encompassed the current situation and potential strategies for future

New Middos Program Announces Contest Winners

One of the greatest gifts we can give our children is the gift of good character—being kind, compassionate and patient toward others, as well as having a healthy self-esteem.

That’s why the Middos Contest for Schools was started. This program was created to give teachers the extra push to