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Visitors

Ohav Emeth is fortunate to host many visitors. In order to make your visit easier, we are pleased to provide the following information.

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.

With our neighboring (walking distance) community of Edison, we are a large and still growing community that has all the necessities and conveniences of modern Jewish life. Completely enclosed by an Eruv, the Highland Park community has a Mikvah as well as three Yeshiva Day Schools and two Yeshiva High Schools. Highland Park offers a Glatt Kosher grocery, a grill-type meat restaurant, a bakery, a Pizza/Middle Eastern dairy restaurant, a sushi restaurant, Dunkin' Donuts, several ice cream stores and a candy store all under the supervision of the Vaad HaRabbanim of Raritan Valley.

Highland Park has easy access to all major New Jersey roadways and public transportation, and is less than an hour's commute from NYC.

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

Kosher Restaurants

There are many wonderful dining opportunities to choose from!

Shabbat Hospitality

 

For Shabbat home hospitality within walking distance of the Shul, please email our president - Steven Steinhart president@ohavemeth.org or the rabbi - Rabbi Kaufman at rabbi@ohavemeth.org. For a Shabbat meal with one of our families, meet our Shabbos Hospitality Representative in front of the Bimah after Shabbat morning services.

 

• Lodging Both in New Brunswick inside the Eruv (15-25 minute walk from shul):
-- Hyatt New Brunswick,
 (732) 873-1234, 2 Albany St
-- Heldrich Hotel ,
(732) 729-4670, 10 Livingston Ave 

 

• Eruv: https://www.ohavemeth.org/eruv.html

 

• Mikvah:  https://www.ohavemeth.org/mikvah.html

Services: For Weekday and Shabbat times please visit us online at OhavEmeth.org homepage or call the office.

 

• Classes: Ohav Emeth always has an open Beit Medrash and many classes. Go online to https://images.shulcloud.com/1376/uploads/PDFs/OEshiurim-Current.pdf or call the office for a complete listing of classes

Wed, October 20 2021 14 Cheshvan 5782