On December 11, over 400 people braved the snow to come out and honor the 50 years of dedicated service of Rabbi Shlomo & Rebbetzin Ita Singer, the founders of the Yeshiva Ner Boruch, The Passaic Torah Institution, PTI.
Men shook snow off their coats and women swiped their shoes
With over 30 years of kiruv work behind him, Rabbi Elazar Grunberger keeps expanding his vision and the scope of his activities.
After 27 years of dedication and kiruv in St. Louis, a time characterized by Philadelphia Rosh Yeshiva HaRav Shmuel Kamenetsky as “…exceptionally successful…the entire
The Young Israel of Passaic-Clifton (YIPC) invites the broader Passaic-Clifton community to join it this Shabbos to honor local military veterans. Rabbi Chaplain Ira Kronenberg will address youth groups in the morning and speak at Shalosh Seudos (preceded by Mincha at 4:15 pm).
YIPC members who served in
On Sunday, September 25, beginning at 11 a.m., join YUConnects at the Yad Leah Warehouse, located at 2 Brighton Avenue in Passaic. Help sort and pack clothing to be shipped to Israel’s less fortunate. The cost is $20, which includes a dairy lunch following the volunteer session. The event is for single men and women ages 21-29. To register, visit
Rabbi Shmuel Maybruch will speak on September 10 on “How the Truth...Isn’t: An Honest Discussion About Our Dishonesties,” at mincha, approximately 6:40 p.m., with speaker to follow during shalosh seudot.
Rabbi Elchanan Adler will speak on September 24 on “Tefila: Supplication or Confrontation? May We Make Demands of Hashem?” at mincha, approximately
We are Jews. We are. And never are we more reminded of that than when one of our own is killed.
It was about four years ago. It could have been more. I received a quick-paced phone call one morning before school from Rabbi Mordechai Rindenow. It seemed his son Shlomo Zalman missed his ride up to school in Monsey and since I was going anyway could I please take
It was 10:59 a.m. on Tuesday, and the new Seasons Clifton-Passaic store entrance was buzzing with anticipation as anxious patrons awaited its 11 a.m. opening. Adorned with festive balloons, with snow cones and cotton candy available nearby, the doors finally slid open. The crowd
The atmosphere is infectious at Camp Habima for the Performing Arts, a professionally taught theatrical camp, located in Passaic, NJ. Whether it’s the girl vocalizing down the hallway or the dancers prancing around a classroom as they rehearse, there’s just something...catchy.
The “Paterson Shul” (www.PatersonShul.com), housed in the basement of Federation Apartments (510 E. 27th Street in Paterson, NJ), invites those who might not have a place to daven for the High Holidays to attend for both Rosh Hashanah (October 3 & 4) and Yom Kippur (Oct. 12). Services begin at 9 a.m.
The services are run in a traditional, Orthodox
Passaic—Yitzchak Michael (Isaac) Stein is an extraordinary boy with an extraordinarily rare genetic disease called Aicardi-Goutieres Syndrome (AGS). According to his mother, Elisheva, only 400 people in the world have it. “It’s a rare disorder of a rare disease,” she says. Thanks to Bonei Olam, an organization dedicated