Our Jewish World
Due to the outbreak of coronavirus here and around the world, we have decided to postpone Rabbi Mark Biller’s three-part Clergy Learning Series until after the spread of the virus subsides. The series was planned for March 17, 24, and 31 at the Morris County Library....
It’s a special mitzvah to beautify and lend special significance to each mitzvah we perform. The rabbis dubbed this “hiddur mitzvah,” the enhancement and illumination of a commandment. Our talented life member, Lesley Frost, exemplified this practice by working with five other women to create these two beautiful appliquéd Torah mantles for her synagogue, Adas Israel, in Washington, DC.
Rabbi Shalom Lubin, spiritual leader of Chabad of Southeast Morris County, will delve into “Ethical Lessons from Fiddler on the Roof” as our next Our Jewish World Clergy Learning Series at the Morris County Library, 30 E. Hanover Ave., in Whippany. His series, which is free and open to the public, will take place at noon on Mondays, Dec. 2 and 9, and at 12:45 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 19.
Mark your calendars for NCJW, West Morris Section’s 2019–2020 Our Jewish World Clergy Learning Series. Our Jewish World is coordinated by Melanie Levitan and Ilene Dorf Manahan. All clergy learning series are held at the Morris County Library, 30 E. Hanover Ave., in Whippany. And preregistration is required for all of them. To preregister, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cantor Perry Fine offered his fascinating take on “From Sinai to Delancey Street: Perspectives on Synagogue Music in America,” as part of our Clergy Learning Series at the Morris County Library. The series is co-chaired by Ilene Dorf Manahan and Melanie Levitan.
Cantor Perry Fine to Explore ‘From Sinai to Delancey Street: Perspectives on Synagogue Music in America’
Continuing our Section’s Our Jewish World program, Cantor Perry Fine of Temple Beth Shalom in Livingston will lead a fascinating two-part series, called “From Sinai to Delancey Street: Perspectives on Synagogue Music in America,” on Tuesdays, October 29 and November 12, at noon, at the Morris County Library, 30 E. Hanover Ave., in Whippany.
Rabbi Steven Bayar will lead a thought-provoking, three-part series titled “Current Challenges to the American Jewish Community,” to kick off NCJW, West Morris Section’s Our Jewish World 2019–2020 Clergy Learning Series. His talks will be held on Tuesdays, September 10, at noon; September 17, at 1:15 p.m.; and September 24, at noon, all at the Morris County Library, 30 E. Hanover Ave., in Whippany.
Joel Charm in deep discussion with Iman Adel AlMorsi of the Islamic Center of Morris County at our Section’s recent visit to the Center.
Our Section was graciously invited to visit the Islamic Center of Morris County on Sunday, Sept. 8, at 10:30 a.m. This was a wonderful opportunity to meet and get to know people in our community and learn about Islamic beliefs and practices. The Islamic Center is...