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OU Community Fair on JM in the AM

November 13, 2019, by

Rebbetzin Judi Steinig talks with Nachum Segal about the upcoming Orthodox Union’s Seventh International Jewish Community Home & Job Relocation Fair, being held on Sunday, November 24 at the Metropolitan Pavilion at 125 West 18th Street in Manhattan from 12-6 p.m.

Rabbi Aryeh Wielgus Takes The Helm at NJ NCSY

October 2, 2019, by

Rabbi Aryeh Wielgus was named to the position of regional director of New Jersey NCSY this summer with a plan to build on the past, while looking toward the future. “Any transition in leadership gives us the opportunity to dream. How can we do more? How can we do better?” Rabbi Wielgus said in an

Beth Din of America Launches “Jewishprudence”

August 1, 2019, by

The Beth Din of America, widely regarded as one of the leading Jewish religious courts in North America, has launched a first-in-the-nation blog dedicated to explaining Rabbinical Court process and decisions. Jewishprudence will focus on providing information to attorneys and legal professionals regarding Jewish law and Beth Din jurisprudence. The blog will feature discussions of

On Pittsburgh – Message from the President of the Orthodox Union

November 1, 2018, by

With our havdala candles barely extinguished, we began hearing the reports. Unimaginable tragedy. We were frozen, horrified. And then a torrent of emotions. Sadness. Fear. Confusion. We have encountered tragedy before. As both Americans and as Jews we are no strangers to mass murder. But, this tragedy in Pittsburgh feels different and we are reacting

Memorial Poster Honors the Victims of Pittsburgh Attack

November 1, 2018, by

From Congregation Tirefeth Beth David Jerualem in Montreal: We undertook a project a few days ago to help pay tribute to the 11 holy victims whose lives were taken in Pittsburgh. A poster with their photos and names was created. It was displayed at our community vigil Monday night, and last night 4-foot tall versions