Scarsdale–Over 600 people joined together at Westchester Reform Temple on Monday night, November 2, to show their support for Israel and to pray for peace at “An Evening of Unity With the People of Israel.”
The evening, organized in the wake of ongoing acts of terror in
Over 400 people showed up to learn more about community safety at the first-ever RJC Safety Awareness Day, including State Senator Jeffrey Klein. The recent four-hour event gave children the opportunity to see and tour fire trucks, ambulances and police vehicles, and instilled a sense of
The Conservative Synagogue Adath Israel of Riverdale, currently under construction, had a “moving day” for its Sifrei Torah on November 1. The Torah scrolls were moved out of the Beit Midrash and into the Taub Room, which will be its temporary space for minyanim during construction. The morning minyan will be at 7 a.m. and the
Beginning Shabbat November 14, the Riverdale Chabad’s Rosh Chodesh Society launches its newest course, Art & Soul, a new seven-session series for women. Art & Soul draws upon Jewish wisdom on seven art forms–painting, music, literature, dance, architecture, clothing design and culinary arts–allowing students to gain a deeper
Bowl for Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem
Enjoy a fun night of bowling while raising money for the NICU and Triage Unit at the new Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem, the medical facility helping countless terror victims in Israel. On November 14, join hundreds of couples
Americans gathered in solidarity with Israel on Monday night, outside the Greenburgh Town Hall, where another group was calling for boycott of the Jewish state.
The rally was organized by the Jewish Rapid Response Coalition to alert the public to town resources being
Congregation Agudath Sholom will be seeing a change next summer. In a letter emailed to the membership on October 23, with the end of Rabbi David Walk’s tenure as Educational Director in June of 2016, the shul announced it will be seeking out a full-time assistant rabbi to serve the needs of the growing Stamford community.
Non-public schools in NYC have just been granted $11 million more in Title I services funding, thanks to initiatives brought on by OU-Teach NYS and the NYC Department of Education. The funding will help schools receive more small-group instruction and professional development in addition to other programming.
Women’s Initiative for Jewish Studies (WIJS) is excited to announce that Professor Vivian Mann, Director of the Master’s Program in Jewish Art and Visual Culture in the Graduate School of the Jewish Theological Seminary and Curator Emerita of Judaica at the Jewish Museum, will lecture on “From Court Jews to the
Each year, Parshat Noach comes to life with a petting zoo and pony rides. The students of Manhattan Day School spend time feeding and petting the animals, and learning about animal care.
“It’s a great opportunity for the children to have a hands-on experience with the animals,” says Aviva Yablok,
Rabbi Dr. Tzvi Hersh Weinreb, Executive Vice President Emeritus of the Orthodox Union, will be visiting Stamford on Shabbat weekend, December 18–19, as part of a weekend that will be sponsored by CAMOS (The Committee to Advance Modern Orthodoxy in Stamford).
He will be speaking three times