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Keeping the Faith on Valentine’s Day
As Valentine’s Day, February 14, approaches, the thoughts of young men and women turn naturally to dating. For young Jewish men and women, does it automatically mean dating other Jews?
Jan 18, 2006
By OU Staff
NCSY Dallas-Based Southwest Region to Inaugurate its New Teen...
On a Sunday in which the National Football League will be quiet, and teens will be looking forward to activities which will make them forget that the Cowboys will not
Jan 18, 2006
By OU Staff
Rabbi Menachem Genack Delivered Benediction Today at Corzine Gubernatorial...
Rabbi Menachem Genack of Englewood, Chief Executive Officer of the Orthodox Union’s worldwide Kosher Division, delivered the Benediction today at the Inaugural ceremony for Governor Jon S. Corzine in Trenton.
Jan 18, 2006
By OU Staff
Hundreds Register for First National North American NCSY Alumni...
After its success in Jerusalem, with over a hundred people attending the National Conference of Synagogue Youth (NCSY)’s first national alumni reunion in Israel, reservations are coming in quickly for
Jan 18, 2006
By OU Staff
Recalling 1960, A Cincinnati Lady Plans to Attend a...
After its success in Jerusalem, with over a hundred people attending the National Conference of Synagogue Youth (NCSY)’s first national alumni reunion in Israel, reservations are coming in quickly for
Jan 17, 2006
By OU Staff
OU Pained and Outraged By Anti-Semitic Stabbing Attack In...
The Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, the nation’s largest Orthodox Jewish umbrella organization, is pained and outraged by today’s stabbing attack in Moscow’s Bronnya Synagogue in which eleven
Jan 11, 2006
By OU Staff
NCSY Teens Celebrate Jew Year’s Eve in Bergen County
Where are Jewish teens on New Year’s Eve? Most attend parties and events devoid of Jewish content with highly questionable activities going on. This year, the secular new year, Saturday
Jan 7, 2006
By OU Staff
Our Way Welcomes Jewish Deaf to Passaic on OU...
Our Way, an Orthodox Union program for the deaf and hearing impaired, together with the Tiferes Israel Congregation, 180 Passaic Avenue, invite the Jewish deaf and their families to a
Jan 7, 2006
By OU Staff
Associated Talmud Torahs of Chicago and OU to Present...
To honor the memory of Rabbi Isaac Mayefsky z”l, one of its most respected educators, the Associated Talmud Torahs, in conjunction with the Orthodox Union, will present its third Positive
Jan 6, 2006
By OU Staff
He’s a Diplomat, Organizational Genius and Jack of All...
The synagogue gabbai – the congregant or lay officer who plays a major coordinating role in the running of services – in addition to being thoroughly knowledgeable about the intricacies
Jan 5, 2006
By OU Staff

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