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jewish cartoon workshop at rinat 3/10/19

Jordan Gorfinkel retells the haggadah as a graphic novel in this week's Jewish Standard.

https://jewishstandard.timesofisrael.com/with-an-artists-hand-and-word-balloons/

Rinat's Shadow Program Highlighted "The Lehrhaus Article" 1/31

Rinat’s Shadow Program enables us to include youth with special needs in our Shabbat morning programming, allows us to integrate each participant into groups to the appropriate extent, and demonstrates to all of our children the importance of inclusion. We are proud to share that our Shadow Program was highlighted this week in “The Lehrhaus Article”.

https://www.thelehrhaus.com/commentary/shabbat-morning-youth-groups-implementing-rav-moshe-feinsteins-inclusion-imperative/?utm_source=email&utm_medium=link&utm_campaign=january31_zfischer&utm_content=link

Dr. Adam Ferziger AT RInat on 12/21 - 12/22

To learn more about Dr. Ferziger , please click on the link below from this week's Jewish Standard.

https://jewishstandard.timesofisrael.com/jerusalem-and-babylon/

Judge Rachel Freier coming to rinat

Judge Rachel Freier will be presenting a lecture "My Journey to the Bench" on December 15th.  For more on her inspirational story, please click on this link below.

https://jewishstandard.timesofisrael.com/a-woman-of-valor-on-the-bench/

 

UPDATE ON CONGREGATION RINAT YISRAEL'S MAGEN DAVID ADOM BLOODMOBILE!

Recently, a bloodmobile donated by Congregation Rinat Yisrael, in 2006, to Magen David Adom was renovated so as to continue collecting blood units and saving lives. Since 2006, the bloodmobile has traveled 400,000 km and collects 40,000 units of blood a year in schools, factories, community centers, malls and army camps.

Magen David Adom reached out with this wonderful update and to thank our community for this lifesaving gift.

tEANECK MOURNS PITTSBURGH WITH CANDLELIGHT VIGIL

This week’s Jewish Link features coverage of the candlelight vigil held on October 31st, honoring the Pittsburgh victims. Community leaders and clergy, including The Honorable Mayor Mohammed Hameeduddin and Rabbi Yosef Adler of Congregation Rinat Yisrael attended the vigil denouncing bigotry and hatred following the murder of 11 congregants attending Shabbat services at Tree of Life Congregation.

https://www.jewishlinknj.com/community-news/bergen/27817-teaneck-mourns-pittsburgh-with-candlelight-vigil?fbclid=IwAR3sWuXfuZTro1S3qIoglNIns8NBNn-xz6Goe5zQvg5GuyEknqvuGkbOH-s

 

Tue, April 23 2019 18 Nisan 5779