Who better to work towards future solutions for Israel’s charedim than a former deputy mayor of Jerusalem and mayor of Beitar Illit?
All of this comes in the form of one person and one
The dramatic changes in patterns of Jewish affiliation in America over the past decade have been well documented. As chronicled in the Pew Research Center’s “A Portrait of Jewish Americans” (2013) and elsewhere, connectedness with organized
Thousands across the nation will join together on Monday, January 21, for the 24th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service. In 1994 congress designated MLK Day as a National Day of Service as a way of honoring the legacy of the slain civil rights leader. UJA-Federation of New York’s MLK
“Growth and Change: An Artistic Interpretation” is the subject of an art exhibit being held at the Belskie Museum of Art and Science in Closter, New Jersey, through Sunday, January 27. With the New Year signaling a desire for change, the artists chosen to exhibit
Dr. Jonathan Donath wants to change the world, one dollar at a time. Several months ago he was at a Maariv minyan at the Young Israel of White Plains and put a dollar in the tzedaka box. He realized his next day’s busy schedule wouldn’t allow him the time to get to shul.
As adults, we take for granted the opportunity to craft our own tefillah experiences. Some of us prefer the quick hashkama minyan. Some of us prefer the “ruach” minyan with more singing that is, well, less quick. Some prefer a minyan that is absolutely silent, and some
Talmud Israeli-Daf Yomi for US invites you to complete Masechet Megillah in honor of Purim with its innovative learning program. Beginning the week of December 30, participating students will have the experience of learning an entire masechet in the 11 weeks before Purim.
Inspired by Chabad and the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Friendship Circle in Fairfield County is one of the fastest-growing Jewish organizations in the area. Located on Hope Street, in Stamford, Connecticut, the organization has worked with more than 764 volunteers since 2000,
In a previous life, I worked in a job in which I received about one hundred emails a day, most of which demanded some kind of response. Needless to say, I came to despise that inbox.
A number of months ago, I had to sit