Friendship Circle of Passaic County will once again be hosting a fundraising and awareness day for children with special needs and their families. This years event, FriendshipMarch 2019, will be held at Oak Hill Park, 1680 Route 23 N, Wayne, New Jersey, on Sunday, June 2.
Friendship Circle of Passaic
JFS announced the launch of its new program, “Working It Out,” a pre-vocational, on-the-job experience to enable individuals with special needs to begin the journey towards more independent function. They are grateful for the generous support from Legacy Heritage Fund, which has enabled them to expand our inclusion programs and
Some might have called it a Chanukah miracle, but it didn’t happen around Chanukah. Others might have attributed it to the auspiciousness of the month of Adar, but it happened before either Adar this year, and we’ve got two. If you ask Rabbi Mendy and Esty Gurkov, they will tell you that it indeed was a miracle but
On February 17, a large audience gathered at Bais Yosef in Passaic to hear Dr. Henry Abramson, dean of Touro College in Brooklyn, speak about his recently published book, “Torah From the Years of Wrath: The Historical Context of The Aish Kodesh.”
In December of 1950, a Polish construction
Dr. Henry Abramson spoke at Kehilas Bais Yosef in Passaic on Sunday. Currently serving as dean at Touro’s Lander College of Arts and Sciences in Brooklyn, Abramson is the author of “Torah From the Years of Wrath 1939-1943: The Historical Context of the Aish Kodesh.” (Credit: Ben Rothke)
(Courtesy of Kehilas Bais Yosef) Kehilas Bais Yosef invites the community for a Shabbat (Ki Tisa—February 22-23) of learning with Rav Michael Rosensweig and Professor Smadar Rosensweig.
Rav Rosensweig has been a rosh yeshiva at Yeshivas Rabbeinu Yitzchok Elchonon since 1985, and since
“You & I—The Source of Everything” is a series of four workshops for the frum community to be held February 17-19 in Passaic. The seminar teaches participants how to add power and creativity to their lives. It has been conducted in many Orthodox communities including Atlanta, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Lakewood and Phoenix.
It shouldn’t take 10 years to get permission to build a synagogue, but it did in Clifton, New Jersey. Finally, after a mediation overseen by the state’s former attorney general, a community in Clifton will be able to worship in peace, in a new building. Synagogue leadership stated repeatedly that the shul was being illegally discriminated against through
It was an emotional evening for the 400+ people at Yeshiva Ner Boruch/Passaic Torah Institute & Ateres Bracha Neve-PTI’s 23rd annual dinner recently. The celebration took place just a few days after the first yahrzeit of the rosh yeshiva’s wife, Rebbetzin Ita Singer, a”h, and you could hear a pin drop as
Last year, Passaic’s George Matyjewicz and his wife ran in the Passaic-Clifton 5K. They ran with their two South African Boerboels, the first time ever that dogs were allowed in the race. This year it was just George who ran, with their 3-year-old baby Mufasa—all 210 pounds of him. They ran later, after all others started, and
Kool Kids Passaic invites you to attend an art show on Tuesday, November 27, from 6 - 8 p.m. at Ohel Rivka Hall, 181 Pennington Ave., Passaic. The art show, which is generously sponsored by the Bear Givers EmpowerART program, will feature a display of artwork from Passaic-Clifton children with disabilities, as
The residents of Passaic Park, Clifton and the surrounding communities got a rare treat last Sunday evening when international pop singer Micha Gamerman performed a free concert to a standing room only crowd. The concert was single-handedly produced by local fan Judy Herzfeld and generously sponsored by Passaic