Over 1,000 people from 120 families attended Yachad’s Northeast Family Shabbaton on May 5-7 at Crowne Plaza in Stamford, Connecticut, and 140 volunteer staff helped to make the event a success.
“Yachad takes great pride in being able to host a weekend devoted to
Human nature is such that we feel the need to respond and defend our positions when we have been criticized. Knee-jerk reactions are common, particularly when some aspect of ourselves is misrepresented. Knowing when and when not to respond is a dance that we play during our daily interactions. The matriarch of the Davidic dynasty, Rut, is
“It’s a Wonderful Life” is a film embedded in the psyche of every American. It teaches the need to silence outside noise in order to arrive at one’s essence. On Shavuot we were given the advantage that God Himself expunged the outside noise and brought silence to the world by Matan Torah, but during the rest of the year
The importance of each individual is certainly something we are all aware of. We saw at the outset of last week’s parsha (as well as countless other sources) that Hashem loves each of us, independently and collectively, and views our very existence as an opportunity to demonstrate that love.
Registration for Summer 2017 Continues as Limited Spots Remain
(Sponsored by Camp Yagilu)
Based in the heart of the Catskills at Camp Mogen Av in Swan Lake, New York, Yagilu is the premier wilderness survival camp for Orthodox teenage boys entering 6th-12th grades. With
Teaneck—MRD Education Technology, a Teaneck-based consultancy servicing schools and businesses, announces The Chrome-Powered Classroom, a live, three-hour course designed to arm teachers of students in grades 2-12 with tools, techniques and strategies to use Google Chrome more effectively in their classroom.
As we turn from Windsor onto Churchill on a day when the sun is shining brilliantly we cannot help but notice and remark to each other the breathtaking scene of the trees forming a large chuppah high up along the length of the street. It is outstandingly beautiful. Nina sings Wagner’s “Here Comes the Bride” as we drive along.
There comes a time in every sefer’s life when you ask, “Should I bind this?” Except with bentchers. I guess staples hold.
For some people, this time comes right away. They buy the sefer and they bind it.
I’m sure the publishers are glad that they put
Among the most underappreciated Jews are those who serve as the gabbai in synagogue for the Shabbat morning service. The gabbai’s main function is to assist in the smooth and efficient running of the service, much like a ringmaster in a three-ringed circus. It can be a thankless job and often is performed by only the most
On this Yom Yerushalayim, I want to express what it means for me to live here in Yerushalayim. I am so grateful, that it behooves me to share my thoughts.
I made aliyah in January 2013 and chose to live in Yerushalayim. I have dreamt of living in Israel since I became Jewish in Montreal
For me, these intermediate days between Yom Ha’atzmaut, celebrating Israel’s independence, and Yom Yerushalayim, celebrating the reunification of Jerusalem, is a time of great joy tempered with guilt. On a national level, I share in these momentous events, perhaps the greatest miracles to happen to our people in 2,000
When speaking with Teaneck resident and children’s book author Andria Warmflash Rosenbaum about her career, it is impossible not to think of the beloved children’s story, “The Little Engine That Could.” Andria dreamt of writing children’s books since the time she was 11 years old and—with perseverance