The jobs of Orthodox female nonprofit executives and lay leaders got a supercharged boost of inspiration last week, as 150 women, including more than 20 from New Jersey’s Jewish communities, joined to invest in time together learning, sharing and growing. The Orthodox Union Women’s Initiative third
One hundred fifty women leaders
Shapell’s/Yeshiva Darche Noam is excited to introduce its new David and Fela Shapell z”l Memorial Married Couples Fellows, Ben and Ita Weinstein of Edison. This dynamic couple will spend the 5783 (2023-24) academic year studying at Shapell’s/Yeshiva Darche Noam and Midreshet Rachel v’Chaya, which will include participating
A multigenerational crowd gathered at LifeTown in Livingston as the afternoon drew to a close on Lag B’Omer, united in their support for the event’s organizers, Hatzalah of MetroWest and Friendship Circle, and eagerly anticipating the entertainment that was to come.
Within every voluminous issue of the now decade-old Jewish Link, there is a section devoted to local chesed organizations. In this past week’s issue, five pages were devoted to spotlighting chesed organizations emanating from Teaneck/Bergen County. Included in these pages were two comprehensive lists, one of 21 chesed
(Courtesy of YU) A generous gift of $3 million to Yeshiva University will establish the Lea and Leon Eisenberg Writing Center at Stern College for Women. This dedication, in
(Courtesy of Haas & Zaltz) Haas & Zaltz is an estate planning law firm in Rockland County that has recently been hosting free estate planning and asset protection workshops in Passaic and Teaneck.
These workshops were a great success, with many attendees coming together
(Courtesy of YU) On Wednesday, May 3, Yeshiva University (YU) and the Mohammed Bin Zayed University for Humanities (MBZUH) held the first-ever joint conference between an American Jewish university and an Emirati university at the Crossroads of Civilization Museum (CCM) in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE). The conference,
(Courtesy of Congregation Agudath Sholom) Rabbi Dr. Shlomo Zuckier, a Judaic studies scholar, will be spending Shavuot in Stamford at Congregation Agudath Sholom, and delivering five Torah classes over the holiday.
Dr. Zuckier will give his first two classes on the first night of Shavuot,
Monday night commemorated Lag B’Omer, the day commemorating the passing of the great Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai (Rashbi), the author of the Zohar Hakadosh. Hundreds of men and women packed the newly constructed social hall at Congregation Beth Abraham in Bergenfield for a night of inspiration and friendship. The
(Courtesy of Chabad Center of Northwest New Jersey) The Chabad Center of Northwest New Jersey will celebrate its 35 thanniversary gala dinner on Monday, June 5, at the elegant Crystal Plaza in Livingston. A lavish buffet will begin at 5:30 p.m. and a celebratory dinner and program will follow at 6:45