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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 lovely community.

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

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Join the Centennial & Renovation Celebration Weekend

                 

 LINKS:                           Current Newsletter

Mazel Tovs !    Condolences

List of Happenings This Week and Coming Soon

Shiurim & More for Women & Girls

All Events
  • Sunday
    Jan  20
    Tu B'Shvat Fruit Tasting
    Sunday, Jan 20th 7:30p to 9:00p
    Come taste delectable fruits such as white sapota, sweet tamarinds, fejia, and many more!

    MORE INFO

  • Friday
    Mar  1
    Chai Lifeline Shabbaton
    Friday, Mar 1st 6:00p to Shabbat, Mar 2nd 8:00p
    CHAI LIFELINE SHABBATON The HP/Edison community will host a Chai Lifeline Shabbaton Mar 1-2. Approx 25 girls, ages 7-15, with life-threatening illnesses will attend. Help us make this an event to remember by sponsoring or volunteering today. Checks made out to Chai Lifeline, mailed to David Waizer, 53 N. 7th Ave, Highland Park. High school students who would like to volunteer: contact Barbara barbaraedery@gmail.com

    MORE INFO

  • Friday
    Apr  12
    OE CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION!
    Friday, Apr 12th 7:00p to Shabbat, Apr 13th 4:00p
    Friday night dinner ,Shabbat lunch, AND a concert!

    MORE INFO

 

Notable 

 FOOD BANK 
We gladly accept any unopened, non-perishable food items and toiletries. 

EMPLOYMENT NETWORK RARITAN VALLEY

enrv.org  

Job, resume, search help. Send openings to ENRVInfo@gmail.com

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A Call for Women's Shiurim

We are interested in having more frequent shiurim for women.  If interested in speaking, please let us know type, length, time of year, (Elul, Simchat Torah, any time, etc.) . First time speakers welcome! 
Contact Office.

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HELP NEEDED

A young girl in our community needs financial assistance for costly medical procedures and rehabilitation therapy. She has been rehabilitating post-injury for four years and is still in great need of help in order to improve her quality of life. Her parents thank our local rebbeim and the entire community for your support.

Checks can be made to: Ahavas Achim Rabbi’s Charity Fund. 216 S. 1st Ave. For info contact or Art artfpmd@aol.com or Rachelle rachelle_stern@yahoo.com

The next       Shabbat Mevorchim 

Kiddush will be for Adar on February 2 

To become a sponsor for either: the 7:50 Minyan or the Main Minyan please email kiddushoe@hotmail.com specify which minyan

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Tree for Tu B'Shevat

Tu B’Shvat

Sunday night

Thru Monday January 21

 


 * * * * * * * * * KOSHER MEALS ON WHEELS Kosher Meals on Wheels needs a volunteer to deliver meals to the homebound in HP on Thurs AMs. Pick-up in Metuchen, expected time is 2 hrs/week. Also looking for sub drivers – those who can be available on-call. Call Sara 732- 777-1940

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Park Mikvah Melave Malka for Women

Motzi Shabbos Feb. 23, 2019

Speaker:
Charlene Aminoff 

Gali's Couture Wigs

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ACHIEVING CHANGE THROUGH TORAH

(ACTT) info@actt613.org

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To place business cards or flyers on the shul’s cork boards by the restrooms, please submit them to the office. Flyers placed in other locations will be removed.

FROM THE OHAV EMETH WEBSITE COMMITTEE

At this time, we would like to invite our members to create accounts on this new Congregation Ohav Emeth website (www.ohavemeth.org), hosted by ShulCloud. ShulCloud, an established system that hosts several hundred synagogue websites and back-office operations, is quite secure.


Briefly, login access to the website will allow you to do the following:

  • Review your financial account with the Shul and make payments to the Shul via Credit Card or PayPal
  • Review and edit your family’s profile, including names and ages of family members, yahrtzeit reminders, and other personal information

In order to get access, just email the website administrator at admin@ohavemeth.org and make sure to include your name. If both spouses in a 2-adult family would like access, each should email the administrator separately. Each spouse will be able to access the full account. The administrator will activate your account and you will be sent an email invitation to set your password and log onto the site.


For now, the gabbai will continue to maintain the yahrtzeit lists that are used in shul. The yahrtzeits in ShulCloud will be used to generate reminder letters prior to the date of the yahrtzeit, as we currently do.


For now, the shul office will continue to maintain the shul email list for announcements and other broadcasts. If you are not on the email list and would like to be, please contact the office separately.
In the future, the site will also enable you to sign up for events, reserve High Holiday seats, sign up for Torah reading, and other functions not possible on our old site.


Account access is currently being offered to members and associate members only.

 

PLEASE NOTE: When payments to the shul are made online, it will be automatically applied to your account ONLY if you are logged in first. If you do not log in, the office must transfer the payment manually to your account. Please make every effort to log in before making payments online. Thank you!


--Steve Stein, Ohav Emeth ShulCloud Administrator

 

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Fri, January 18 2019 12 Shevat 5779