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Community Calendar July 13

Monday, July 13

Maximizing Social Security Benefits 8:00PM Chai Society  Congregation Bnai Yeshurun  641  W Englewood

Michael Karlin discusses the benefits of when and how to begin your social security benefits. The session wil cover the basic rules for Social Security recruitment, spousal, survivor and divorcee benefits, discuss the biggest mistakes people make with potential remedies, and review the most common strategies and methods available to maximize benefits. Free admission to all.

Orit Esther Riter   8:30PM   Congregation Beth Abraham  396 New Bridge Road

Shiur will be “The Three Weeks: Rebuilding the way we think.”  For more information contact Debbie Rosalimsky at [email protected].

EMUNAH Meet and Greet with Ronald H Balson  8:00PM

Mr. Balson’s first novel “Once We Were Brothers” will be discussed.  He will also discuss his second novel scheduled to be released on Sept 15th “Saving Sophie.”

Gathering sponsored by Emunah of America will be at a private home in Englewood on the 13th and at a private home in Teaneck on the 15th.

Couvert $36.00  Contact Ronnie Faber at [email protected]
or 201 370 6597.

Tuesday, July 14th

Yeshiva Bais Mordechai 16th Annual Dinner   6:30PM  Congregation Bnai Yeshurun  641 W Englewood Ave

Honoring Pinchus and Nechama Shutyak with the Lev Tov Award, Yudi Hercenberg with the Kesser Shem Tov Award, Dr. Avraham and Sharon Lynn with the Loyal Chavrusa Award s well as  Adam Mermelstein. For more information contact Rabbi Roberts at 201 833 5920 or Shmuel Schor

at 732 833 3105.

Rabbi Paysach Krohn 8:15PM  Congregation Keter Torah, 600 Roemer Ave.

“Becoming a Source of Blessing”

This lecture is dedicated to the Memory of Allison Cimring Dorfman.

Modern Theology in a Biblical Land  7:00PM   Rabbi Jacob J Schacter Bet Yosef Sephardic Congregation  of Ft Lee  313 Tom Hunter Road  Ft Lee

From Spain to Ethopia to Israel:  On the Intersection of Science, History and Halacha. Free Admission – open to all.

July 15th

Movie Night at Lubavitch on the Palisades – 8:00pm   11 Harold Street Tenafly

Documentary movie about Soviet partisan Nikolai Kiselev  – a World War II hero who led over 200 Jews including women, children, and elderly to safety from occupied Belarus.

$10 per person  Reserve @  For more information call 201 871 1152.

Shabbat July 18th

Rabbi Moshe Tzvi Weinberg  Mashgiach Ruchani RIETS   6:50PM  Congregation Rinat Yisrael 389 W Englewood

“One Heart, One Mind: Chasidic Motifs in the Life and Thought of the Rav”

Sunday, July 19th

Lema’an Chai   8:30PM    Congregation Rinat Yisrael  389 W Englewood

Rabbi Dr Abraham Twerski speaks on the topic of “Partners with Hashem”.  Lema’an Achai based in Beit Shemesh, assits families who live at least 10% below the poverty line and enables them to achieve a high degree of financial, emotional and social independence.  Contact Zvi Ginsberg  [email protected]

July 20

8:00pm   Third Annual Community-Wide Yoetzet Halacha Event. Rinat Yisrael  389 W Englewood

The Teaneck Yoetzet Committee invites women to Stories of Our Struggles and Our Strengths: A series of dramatic monologues, written by local women and presented by (other) local women, addressing struggles and strengths at the intersection of halacha and women’s health that we share as Jewish women on our journey through life. Featuring remarks by Yoetzet Halacha, Shoshana Samuels. For more information or to sponsor and RSVP, please visit



Tackle Life’s Daily Challenges with a New Refreshing Approach.

Do you often feel no matter how you work, you are always falling behind?  Do you feel like the weight of world is on your shoulders?  Do you feel like you are always running on overdrive?

Learn daily practices which will help you discover ways to live a more peaceful and relaxing lifestyle.

Registration Cost: $20

[email protected]


Sunday, August 2nd

Rabbi Natan Slifkin,  10:00AM  Director of the Biblical Museum of Natural History in Israel. Congregation Beth Aaron 950 Queen Anne Road. A multimedia presentation “The Animal Kingdom in Jewish Thought: as well as his discussion of his new book “The Torah Encyclopedia of the Animal Kingdom”.

Monday, August 3rd

Modern Theology in a Biblical Land   7:00PM  Rabbi Jacob J Schacter  Young Israel of Ft Lee 1610 Parker Avenue Ft Lee

If I Forget Thee, O Jerusalem: The Centrality of Jerusalem In Christianity, Islam and Judaism. Free admission – open to all.

Monday, August 10th

Moriah School 12th Annual Golf Tennis and Cycling Outing.

Edgewood Country Club,

River Vale 9:00AM – 8:00PM

Online auction August 5 – 9 at  For more information contact contact Nila Lazarus (Director of Development)

201 567 0208.

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