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I want to celebrate Chanukah, please!

Bris Avrohom of Fair Lawn
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This is amazing, have you ever thought about it?

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Your whole family should be involved in this

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Fill a glass and raise a toast to the Almighty and thank him

Fill a glass and raise a toast to the Almighty and thank him for everything.Read more...

So Noah was a good businessman, very interesting

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The holidays are over and now we live and thrive

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Simchat Torah is celebrated all outdoors this year and Yizkor information

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Did you know the Shofar can tell time, it must be a Jewish thing

 

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With tremendous Rosh Hashanah Services we look forward to Yom Kippur

With tremendously successful Rosh Hashanah services, and complete confidence that G-d has inscribed us all for a great, healthy, happy and sweet new year,Read more...

A Happy and Healthy Sweet New Year with love and peace

Bris Avrohom of Fair Lawn
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The New Year begins in one week

Weekly Newsletter Parashas Nitzavim-Vayeilech 9/12/2020Read more...

When the math teacher has a problem and it's not mathematical

Weekly Newsletter Parashas Ki Tavo 9/5/2020Read more...

Furthering our youth’s engagement and interest in Judaism from an early age

Weekly Newsletter Parashas Ki Teitzei 8/29/2020Read more...

My children can't stop talking about me

Weekly Newsletter Parashas Shoftim 8/22/2020Read more...

We welcome the many new families moving into our community

Weekly Newsletter Parashas Re'eh 8/15/2020Read more...

What happened on the Jteen camping trip?

Weekly Newsletter Parashas Eikev 8/8/2020Read more...

It all depends what you are looking for, change your perspective and you change everything

Weekly Newsletter Parashas Va'eschanan 8/1/2020Read more...

The saddest day on the Jewish calendar is also the birthday of redemption and hope

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Hebrew School is opening with in person and online options

Weekly Newsletter Parashas Devarim 7/25/2020Read more...

Kids get together to prepare for Shabbos

Weekly Newsletter Parashas Matos-Masei 7/18/2020Read more...

The Congressman was running for state Governor

Weekly Newsletter Parashas Pinchas 7/11/2020Read more...

We have been officially open for the better part of a month

Weekly Newsletter Parashas Chukas-Balak 7/4/2020Read more...

Synagogue has opened and better than ever!

Weekly Newsletter Parashas Korach 6/27/2020Read more...

The day of the Lubavitcher Rebbe and request for a prayer

Twenty-six years ago, on this same Jewish date of the 3rd of Tammuz, millions of people around the world Read more...

Synagogue is opening and back to normal

Weekly Newsletter Parashas Shlach 6/20/2020Read more...

Divided or United?

Weekly Newsletter Parashas Beha'aloshecha 6/13/2020Read more...

Teaching morals, and parents who lead by example, are the source for a civil society

Weekly Newsletter Parashas Naso 6/6/2020Read more...

Shavuos a 3332 year old anniversary

Weekly Newsletter Shavuot 5/29/2020Read more...

Do you know that you are very important

Weekly Newsletter Parashas Bamidbar 5/23/2020Read more...

Infinity and Covid-19

Weekly Newsletter Parashas Behar-Bechukosai 5/16/2020Read more...
Mon, November 30 2020 14 Kislev 5781