The OU is proud to present the Aveilut Tefilla Kit which is available free of charge to OU member synagogues. This beautifully-designed box is meant to be sent by community Chevrot Kadisha or Chessed Committees to the homes of Aveilim along with other accoutrements such as shiva chairs and siddurim. This box contains easy-to-read materials […]
The next Community Fair is scheduled for Sunday, November 24, 2019 at Metropolitan Pavilion on 18th St. in New York City. The application and more information will be forthcoming. Please let us know if you are planning to apply by completing the information below.
The OU’s Jewish Community Job & Relocation Fair will take place on Sunday, November 24, 2019 (next year 4 days before Thanksgiving) in NYC. Please fill out the application and submit online before Monday, December 31, 2018. Submission does not guarantee acceptance. The non-refundable application fee is $200. You will be notified of acceptance as […]
The Congregation Anshe Chesed Winter Shabbaton is on February 9th – just around the corner! Don’t wait, RSVP right away and experience what Linden is all about! Call 908-486-8616 or email firstname.lastname@example.org… to reserve a spot for your family See you there! Anshe Chesed is super excited to bring together […]
There are two major reasons why people wish to leave the Greater New York area. Either because they would prefer to raise their children in an out of town community, or because of the high cost of living. Now, what if I told you there is a community twenty-five minutes away from Grand Central Terminal that […]
This November marks a year since six holy souls were brutally massacred by Arab terrorists in Kehillat Bnei Torah—a Har Nof synagogue—most while wearing Tefillin as they prayed during Shacharit services. Listen to NCSY Alum Rabbi Joe Werfel’s firsthand account of the tragedy. Five of those murdered were prominent Rabbis of world renown. Their names […]
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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 […]
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