(Courtesy of BINA) A brain injury can happen to any person of any age at any time. Brain injuries resulting from car accidents, falls, strokes, aneurysms and other neurological conditions can affect every function…the ripple effects on every member of the family are enormous and life-altering.
(Courtesy of Beth Shalom Cong. of Scranton) My husband and I moved to Scranton, Pennsylvania, with our baby girl in the summer of 2018, when my husband landed a residency spot here. We didn’t know anything about Scranton or that there was even a Jewish community. We were welcomed by members from the Beth Shalom community who made
Thirteen Project S.A.R.A.H. team members presented the Magen Yeladim Child Safety program to over 500 RYNJ students in 27 different classes last week. This fun and interactive program is designed for children in preschool through grade 4 and teaches students about personal safety.
On Monday, November 25, at 8:30 p.m., Ohr Saadya will present its fifth annual memorial lecture in memory of Rabbi David Feldman, z”l. Tal Becker will share a presentation entitled “Conflict and Community in an Age of Polarization.” All are welcome.
Becker is a senior fellow at the Shalom
With nuclear talks continuing in the Korean peninsula, the Hackensack Jewish community will be welcoming Korea’s only rabbi for a special presentation.
The presentation, titled “Our Man in Korea,” will tell the fascinating story of a Jewish Orthodox
Join T-Klez klezmer band for a freylich (joyous) concert of both familiar and rarely heard Chanukah tunes. Hear a melody for “Rock of Ages” from 1700s Italy, and songs sung (by Psachya) in Hebrew, Yiddish, Ladino and English.
The performance will take
Come to Rinat on Thanksgiving morning, November 28, at 9:10 a.m. and hear from Rabbi Noach Goldstein on “From Beit HaMikdash to Barbecue: The Sacred Legacy of Shechita.”
With Thanksgiving’s focus on fleishigs, it is an opportune day to better
Fair Lawn Hadassah invites area women to join us in our monthly meetings in the Fair Lawn Jewish Center. Our next meeting will be on Monday, November 25, at 1 p.m. Our guest speaker will be the Northern New Jersey Hadassah president, Gail Black. Light refreshments will be served.
Founded in 1912,
(Courtesy of Emunah) On November 10, over 500 people and 300 Young Leaders of Emunah gathered at Chelsea Piers to celebrate Emunah’s work helping vulnerable Israelis “beat the odds.” Emunah’s annual dinner highlights the way that our unparalleled organization helps thousands of children and families beat the odds,