(Courtesy of Lamdeinu) In the weeks immediately following Pesach, Lamdeinu will offer two special events commemorating the history of the Jews in the past century.
On Thursday April 28, Lamdeinu will present Learning for Yom HaShoah. At 11 a.m. Rabbi Gedalyah Berger will speak
Jewish Family Service of Central New Jersey (JFSCNJ) will hold a free virtual program, “Dreaming of a Good Night’s Sleep: Sleep Hygiene for Mental Health Wellness” with Dr. Joshua Tal on Wednesday, April 27 at 4 p.m.
Dr. Joshua Tal is a New York/New Jersey based psychologist specializing
Eating hand-made shmurah matzah in space during Passover may sound like something out of a sci-fi film, but when four astronauts lift off tomorrow on the Axiom Space mission to the International Space Station, that is exactly what will happen, given the mission’s timing around the start of Passover, which begins this
In celebration of Israel’s 74th anniversary, the Doris and Dr. Ira Kukin Adult Education Program at Congregation AABJ&D in West Orange will be hosting Rabbanit Shani Taragin on Shabbat Acharei-Mot, April 29-30. Schedule is still being finalized. Sponsorships are welcome.
On Wednesday, April 27 on Zoom, Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest and the Holocaust Resource Center at Kean University will offer two unique programs to commemorate the Holocaust. Register for one or both programs at https://bit.ly/3Kzbu8U.
(Courtesy of Bris Avrohom) Congressman Josh Gottheimer received matzah from Rabbi Mordechai Kanelsky at the Bris Avrohom center in Fair Lawn. The congressman presented a proclamation to Rabbi Kanelsky proclaiming 120 days of education in honor of the Rebbe’s 120 thbirthday.
Rabbi Kenneth Brodkin set to complete shul’s Orthodox transition.
Congregation Sons of Israel in Manalapan has taken a huge step forward in its effort to reposition itself as a fully Orthodox synagogue. As reported previously in The Jewish Link, the shul reinstated its mechitza
(Courtesy of Aid L’Shalom) With the onset of spring and the resurgence of social events, organizations such as Aid L’shalom are quickly regaining their footing to once again raise money for those suffering with cancer. A cancer diagnosis uproots the lives of so many; and as patients embark on the painful journey of treatment and its side effects, Aid
(Courtesy of Fleetwood Synagogue) Fleetwood Synagogue joyously hosted a communal meal in honor of Shabbat HaGadol.
The day began with a special annual Shabbat HaGadol drasha by Rabbi Daniel Rosenfelt. This year’s topic explored why Shabbat HaGadol is always on Shabbat before Pesach,
(Courtesy of JWI) Digital Storytellers Lab of the Jewish Writers’ Initiative and Maimonides Fund have formally issued a request for proposals in search of digital media artists for an eight-month fellowship that gives digital storytellers the opportunity to kickstart the development of new, narrative digital audio/visual media exploring
(Courtesy of Bellevue University) Bellevue University alumnus Faigy Mandelbaum has been selected to receive the prestigious Fulbright Research Award.
The Fulbright Israel open-study award is granted to three individuals each year on the basis of academic excellence, the leadership promise of the
State lawmakers celebrated and remembered the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Menachem Mendel Schneerson, on Monday, April 4, around the time he would have turned 120 years old. Schneerson was born on April 5, 1902, the 11 thof Nissan in the Nikolaev, Kherson Governorate, Russian Empire, which is present