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November/December Bulletin

Bulletin Highlights:
-Mount Tikvah High Holiday Appeal!
-Shai Shacknai Memorial Lecture
-Letter from TBT President

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Simchat Torah

Here’s a video of the Torah Scroll unrolling taken on Simchat Torah. Video courtesy of Jonathan Starr

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Free High Holiday Tickets

The High Holidays represent a special time to connect with the Jewish community. Through the EZ Key program, synagogues in the Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey area are saying “Welcome” to new members of the community (who have lived in our community for two years or less) by offering High Holiday tickets.

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Wayne Clergy Fellowship’s Interfaith March for Peace

We had a great turnout for the Wayne Clergy Fellowship’s Interfaith March for Peace on the evening of Thursday, August 17, 2017. Select this link to see NorthJersey.com’s coverage, which includes video. Here’s a collection of photos from the event,…

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Welcome to Our Website!

From the Rabbi’s Blog…

So very exciting to post my first blog-post on our new website!

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Mother’s Day Wishes

From the Rabbi’s Blog…

Every year, during the happy celebration of Mother’s Day in our country, many of us get to feel bittersweet emotions, hesitant to address the difficulties of this day…

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🗓 June 3, 2017: 60th Anniversary Celebration

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🗓 June 9, 2017: Folk Rock Shabbat

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How Do We Say “Graduation” in Hebrew?

From the Rabbi’s Blog…

In 2004, I finally stood proudly on the stage of San Jose State University to accept my Cum Laude Bachelor’s degree in Music Education. Very few people knew this was my first experience with such a wonderfully orchestrated, official, yet emotional (and long!) ceremony. Here is a “shocker:” As an Israeli, I never had experienced an American-style “Graduation,” and I honestly didn’t know what to expect…

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May-June 2017 Bulletin

Religious School graduations, Cantor Emeritus Romalis offers a prayer for retirement, and the final President’s message from Janice Paul.

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