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OU Staff

Watch: Shiva Asar B’Tamuz 5780

July 9, 2020, by

As we approach Shiva Asar B’tamuz and Bein Hametzarim, we are in a time of great uncertainty. Our communities are entering this time looking for hope and inspiration through this dark time of loneliness personally and communally. While we generally come together for a communal Shiva Asar B’tamuz gathering each year, this year we unfortunately […]

Jewish Scholars From Around The Country Participate In OU’s Torah LA Weekend 11 Synagogues & 4 Schools Host Programming

December 23, 2019, by

LOS ANGELES – A record 11 synagogues and 4 Jewish day schools brought together more than 3,500 area Jews for the Orthodox Union’s (OU) annual Torah Los Angeles weekend. The event, hosted by the nation’s oldest and largest umbrella organization for the North American Orthodox Jewish community, started Thursday evening and concluded Sunday. The weekend […]

Annual Leadership Seminar 2019

March 19, 2019, by

Jay Braun – Repeating Phrases in Parshat Zachor & Megilat Esther: Should Minhag Trump Mesorah? Dr. David Pelcovitz – Conflict Resolution Resolving Conflicts When Difficulties Arise in Synagogue Life Rabbi Elazar Muskin – Rabbi’s Perspective on Conflict Resolution

Memphis Shabbaton

May 8, 2016, by

Memphis Jews Invite “100 New Families” to Relocate “Taste of Memphis” Shabbaton Scheduled for May 20 – 22, 2016   Faced with skyrocketing costs of housing and education, an increasing number of young Orthodox families are choosing to move to the vibrant, affordable, and friendly community of Memphis, Tennessee.  Specifically, fifteen Orthodox families relocated to […]