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Shabbat of Unity

October 15, 2015, by

Our tradition teaches us that the most  effective weapon in the arsenal of the Jewish people is our unity. Even the wicked King Ahab, an idol worshipper, met with success in his wars to defend our people in the merit of Jewish unity. We therefore join with the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish […]

Simchat Torah Youth Programming

September 30, 2015, by

Have you checked out the OU’s all new resource bank? Be sure to click this link and search for “Simchat Torah” to find valuable holiday materials for your synagogue’s youth programming. And of course, feel free to poke around to view other great resources for your synagogue. *Pardon our dust, the resource bank is still under […]

Statement on Charleston Attacks

June 18, 2015, by

Dear Friends, Last night, tragedy struck Charleston.  Our beloved city is in a state of shock and is mourning the loss of 9 people who were the victims of what can be described as nothing other than a hate crime.  We mourn the loss of Rev. Clementa Pinckney, and all those who were murdered, and […]

Educating about Intimacy: Openly and Honestly

June 10, 2015, by

A Yom Iyun for Kallah Teachers and Rebbetzins was held June 7, 2015 at the White Shul (Congregation Kneseth Israel) in Far Rockaway, NY. The program was entitled, “Educating about Intimacy:  Openly and Honestly.”  The program was coordinated and sponsored by the Orthodox Union (Department of Community & Synagogue Services) with Yeshiva University Center for […]