Shuls
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It’s an issue for Shabbos and every other day, and since it involves shalom bayit, why not confront it Shabbos Nachamu! Mothers from the Five Towns and Far Rockaway are invited to do just … more
Eight Jewish institutions in central and southern Nassau County will receive nearly $575,000 through the Department of Homeland Security’s Nonprofit Security Grant Program, a spokesman for Rep. … more
Eight-year-old West Hempstead resident Eliana Goldman sells lemonade to Katie and Sammy Rosenblatt and Anshei Shalom President Ben Rosenstock. The young philanthropist was raising money for the … more
Forty-five people joined a Young Israel of Woodmere trip to the National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia last Sunday. During the two hour bus ride to the museum, Rabbi Evan Hoffman … more
Several hundred Jewish educators and parents spent Sunday drilling for fresh ideas on how to meet a myriad of challenges — some old, many new — that confront those charged with passing … more
With the start of summer, The Jewish Star is again pleased to publish a special summer message by Rabbi Hershel Billet of the Young Israel of Woodmere. Rabbi Billet urges that his congregants … more
Thirty Long Island teenagers were presented with Good Deed Awards last Thursday. The annual ceremony was organized in 1992 by Rabbi Anchelle Perl, director Chabad of Mineola. At a time when … more
On Sunday, the Young Israel of Woodmere will showcase a color that was largely forgotten but now represents a living mitzvah. Sunday’s yom iyun (day of study) marks a quarter century since … more
The parents of IDF Sgt. Ari Weiss bridged the mourning of Yom Ha’Zikaron and the joy of Yom Ha’Atzmaut last week as they spoke to a hushed crowd at a Five Towns commemoration of both … more
Once again, we remember, never to forget. Members of 24 shuls in the Five Towns-Far Rockaway area came together as one last Wednesday night for the community’s annual Yom Ha’Shoah … more
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