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Community Events

The newly launched Beit Midrash of Teaneck (BMT), located at Yeshivat Heichal Hatorah/Jewish Center of Teaneck, meets on Monday and Wednesday mornings between 9:15 am and 12:45 pm. For this coming week (November 19 and 21), the first session will consist of a talmud seder and shiur (9:15-10:45am) led by Rav Ronen Dvash, focusing on Talmud Brachot. The second session (11-11;45am) will feature Rav Michoel Zylberman, Coordinator of the Presidential Bekius Program at RIETS. The third session (12- 12:45pm) features Rav Chaim Angel teaching Sefer Ezrah. BMT welcomes all men and is free of charge. You can attend as many sessions during the day as you like.  For information, contact David Jacobowitz at

The Parent Education Committee of Yeshivat Noam presents: Rabbi Rothwach's upcoming shiurim series on parenting: Perspectives on Parenting in an Ever-Changing World. Start your morning off with a wonderful shiur with coffee and delicious treats.
Come join us for "Latte and Learn" starting October 30th at 9 a.m. at Yeshivat Noam's Middle School. Series will run six consecutive Tuesdays (excluding Nov. 6th). Open to the Community Free of Charge.

Family Support Group for loved ones of those suffering from addiction and substance abuse. We meet every other Wednesday in Teaneck, free of charge. For location and more information please email:

Comedy Cures Foundation Presents Comedy and Cocktails on Dec. 10, 6:30-9:30pm

Click here to purchase tix.

 Sheshbesh Tournament (backgammon) at Ahavath Torah. December 16 @7pm. BBQ & shiur at 6:30pm. Register at  


Boy Scout Troop 226 invites boys grades 6 through 12 to attend its Monday night meetings 7:30-9:00 PM at Teaneck Jewish Center. Utilizing outdoor activities, such as hiking, camping, canoeing, etc., the Shomer Shabbos Troop strives to provide youth training in character development, citizenship, and mental and personal fitness. For more information, please contact Danny Chazin at (201) 835-5338 or

Toy Box Collection for Sharsheret's Busy Box Program - Sharsheret’s “Busy Box” program.  This program is geared towards children whose mothers are undergoing treatment for breast and ovarian cancer .  For more information click here

Do you have a Bat Mitzvah gown/dress hanging in a closet?

Please consider donating it to the newly formed Teaneck Bat Mitzvah Gown Gemach.
Happy to pick up your dress or you can drop it off.
Enhance a simcha, and do a mitzvah!
To donate a dress or if you have any questions email
Tue, November 20 2018 12 Kislev 5779