Clifton—Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day, is Israel’s day of commemoration for the approximately six million Jews who were killed in World War II by the Nazis and their collaborators. Around the world, Jewish Holocaust survivors, family members of victims and the greater Jewish community come together on this day to
Shalom my dear Jewish brothers and sisters: On May 9, you will have an opportunity to choose who will be mayor in the City of Passaic. Through this letter, I would like to tell you about one of the candidates, my brother Jose Sandoval.
I am related to Jose Sandoval through closer ties
Harav Shmuel Kamenetsky, shlita, will be speaking in Passaic, on Sunday evening, May 7, at Agudas Bircas Yaakov, 262 Terhune Ave., to give chizuk to the community and to promote the important work of Lev Modiin and Lev Echad, organizations founded and directed by Rabbi Elazar Grunberger in Israel.
Holocaust survivor Sonia Klein addressed the Young Israel of Passaic-Clifton on Sunday night and shared her amazing and traumatic story of survival during the Holocaust.
“I am here not only because I want to tell you my life story. I’m here because I carry a message with my life story. A
Jewish Family Service and Children’s Center of Clifton-Passaic held their annual model Seder for Russian immigrants on Tuesday, March 28. This long-standing tradition dates back to when JFS Clifton’s primary focus was helping resettle Russian immigrants in the greater Clifton-Passaic area. As Pesach is a time when we
From time to time, something seemingly ordinary becomes extraordinary. This year on Shabbat of Parshat Teruma, two special communities came together as one. For the second consecutive year, Yedei Chesed hosted its Passaic-Clifton shabbaton, creating an inclusive Shabbat that brought together adult men from both Rockland County and
Leizer Gewirtzman, CPA, ChSNC, special care planner, will be the featured speaker at a workshop that will discuss 10 basic steps to help caregivers get started in preparing for the financial future of their dependent with special needs. As a caregiver of a dependent with special needs, the most important issue often becomes what will happen
On February 26, Chabad of Passaic-Clifton held its annual dinner, celebrating 10 years of making a difference. One hundred and fifty people were in attendance at the Tifereth Israel ballroom in Passaic to enjoy this special event.
Like most Chabad houses across the globe, Chabad of
This Purim bring the whole family as the Not-Ready-for-Chol-Hamoed Players present “Ani,” an original Jewish comedy using the music of Broadway’s Annie. The performance will be held at the Ahavas Israel on Motzei Shabbat, March 11, at 9 p.m., following the 7:25 p.m. Megilla reading. Tickets are $10 in advance, $15 at the door. For
Rabbi Aharon Yosef Sklar, rosh yeshiva of Yeshiva Toldos Tzvi in Yerushalayim, was recently scholar in residence in the Passaic Torah Institute. He gave five shiurim over Shabbat, on topics ranging from ona’at devarim to Makat Choshech to chesed as the source of redemption. Rabbi Sklar communicated core fundamentals of Torah,
Clifton—Continuing a family tradition, Noah Greenbaum celebrated his bar mitzvah in the Garfinkle Chapel at Daughters of Miriam Center/The Gallen Institute a few years after his brother, Eli, first stood at the bimah. Marking the time when a boy becomes a man in the Jewish tradition, a bar mitzvah is deeply meaningful to a family, a time to joyously come
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