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Pesach & Chametz Info

BEDIKAS CHOMETZ IN SHUL We are looking for a large number of volunteers who can help do Bedikas chometz in shul on Thursday night.

If you can help please contact Jay Dobin

Congregation Ohav Emeth is located in the geographic center of the Highland Park / Edison observant community in New Jersey. Our membership spans the range of halacha-committed Jews, with an attitude of achdut (unity) and religious tolerance. We share a love for Medinat Yisrael and a serious commitment to Torah study for every age and gender and at every level. We have a multitude of ongoing educational and social programs as well as frequent special events.


Please explore our web site to learn more about our active synagogue and dynamic community.

 In honor of the Centennial Anniversary of Congregation Ohav Emeth,
we are offering special dedication opportunities.   


See our renovation page for pictures and information!

Contribute to the Renovation!   Contact Michael Garber or Norman Heyden 
to inquire about dedication opportunities and donor levels.

The NORPAC Mission to Washington to advocate for the United States-Israel relationship is coming up on Tuesday, May 21. This mission this year is as important as ever.

For more information, please contact Steve Stein or the    NORPAC      website.

Dues and Security Update for Members


PBA Scam Alert:
The Borough of Highland Park has informed us that people have been receiving calls claiming to be soliciting for the Highland Park PBA. THIS IS A SCAM. Please do not donate to or share any personal info with the caller. If you have received one of these calls, please call the Highland Park Police.


Plastic Bag Ordinance:
Effective May 1, plastic shopping bags will not be provided by vendors throughout the borough. Please bring your own bags when shopping.
(Re-using plastic bags you already have is totally fine.) for more info.


A message from the Safety & Security Committee:
In order to maintain the highest degree of protection for occupants of a building, security agencies agree that there should be only one active point of entrance. Access to the building can then be more properly secured and more closely monitored. We have designated the side door of our building as that one active point. That single entrance is locked 24/7 by a mechanical lock which can be opened by anyone knowing the code. Please do not enter the building, especially on Shabbos or YomTov, by either the front door or through the doors facing the parking lot. For the safety of all, it is important to have one standard for all to follow. Please walk the few extra steps necessary to enter the building by the side entrance. Thank you


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Please note that the shelves in the coat closets are for hats only.

Personal items should be stored in lockers only. To rent a locker, contact Lilah Braun to make arrangements.

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Thu, April 18 2019 13 Nisan 5779