Rabbi Daniel Lerner, Rabbi of the Pikesville Jewish Congregation in Baltimore shared his thoughts on the mayhem that overtook the streets of his city this week. I am sharing this message at the behest of several members of our community. Nevertheless, I do so with a great sense of trepidation. When addressing current events or
Some have the option of moving to a new community before securing a job. The majority of us—despite our deep wish for change—aren’t going anywhere unless that job is in place. Understanding the employment needs and concerns of families looking for affordable living, the 47 communities represented at this Sunday’s OU Jewish Communities Home and
In conjunction with the cover story of the Spring 2015 edition, Steve Savistky talks about the future of Jews in Europe with Malcolm Hoenlein, Executive Vice Chairman of the Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish Organizations.
In response to the frequent headlines which depict Orthodox Jews in a negative light—e.g. flight delays for refusal to sit next to a woman—Jew in the City’s Allison Josephs is asking you to respond. Read her latest post and indicate that you’re an Orthodox Jew who strives to live by these aforementioned Torah principles and
The Beth Din of America and the Orthodox Union invite you to the annual Sheldon Rudoff A”H Memorial Lecture: Wednesday, January 7, 2015 • 8:00 pm The Jewish Center • 131 West 86th Street, New York City Rabbi Shaul Robinson (Rabbi, Lincoln Square Synagogue) will speak about: Coveting, Consumerism and Consumption: Does the 10th Commandment
Listen to the full interview In a new Savitsky Talks series, Stephen Savitsky talks to his interviewees about the future of the role of women in Orthodox Jewish life. This week, Stephen spoke with Rabbanit Chana Henkin, founder of Nishmat, the Center For Advanced Torah Study For Women. Rabbanit Henkin spoke about the state of