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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

Security Update regarding Ahavas Achim Synagogue

Community News Updates

Please be aware of the following important message, received from my colleague Rabbi Yaakov Luban, Rabbi of Congregation Ohr Torah and Executive Rabbinic Coordinator of the Orthodox Union.

The message is as follows: 

"Please be advised that the sushi department in the Acme store on Ryders Lane in Milltown is no longer under OU certification. In addition, the Acme deli which was OU certified is now closed. 

Rabbi Yaakov Luban
Executive Rabbinic Cooordinator
Orthodox Union

There will be a tent set up Thursday for Akiva Schachter’s afruf on May 30th. Please keep parking lot empty that day.

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

Community Events

  • TorahKid Leagues is back again for its 10th exciting season! Sunday morning sports fun for boys (ages 5-12) in June and July, at the Highland Park High School baseball field. Games run from 10 am to 11:30. Competitive play in baseball, soccer, and flag football, with supervised instruction. To be placed on a team, please contact Rabbi Lasar at or at (732) 985-1050. Caps and jerseys are free to those who sign up by June 2 (available only while supplies last)!"
  • The ACTT (Achieving Change Through Torah) program helps individuals succeed in making meaningful and lasting changes in their lives. Module: Ahavas Chessed – Loving Kindness 5; Source book: “The Glittering World of Chessed” by Rabbi Paysach Krohn. For more info, call Phil Rosen (732) 572-8762 or email

More Events

Sun, July 21 2019 18 Tammuz 5779