“Our financial health has been seriously impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.”
In a packed synagogue in Park Slope, Brooklyn Monday night, activists gathered to organize against Donald Trump.
Brooklyn activists filled a Park Slope synagogue January 16 to organize opposition to the incoming Donald Trump administration.
One of the top agenda items these days for Rachel Timoner, associate rabbi at the Leo Baeck Temple in Los Angeles, is trying to get a train built along the I-405 freeway stretching from the North San Fernando Valley to the city’s international airport.
Rachel Timoner has been named senior rabbi at Congregation Beth Elohim, replacing Andy Bachmann at the helm of the prominent Brooklyn Reform synagogue, the Forward has learned.
Newly discovered accounting errors at Brooklyn’s Congregation Beth Elohim forced the synagogue to lay off 12 employees — just as Rabbi Andy Bachman announced he’s leaving.
Rabbi Andy Bachman announced that he will step down as senior rabbi at Congregation Beth Elohim in Brooklyn’s Park Slope neighborhood.
There was no sign of Purim festivities at Brooklyn’s Congregation Beth Elohim in Park Slope on Sunday afternoon as grim relatives met to battle a landlord’s plan to evict elderly residents of a nearby senior citizen’s home.
William Levin thought he was being funny when he wrote ‘Everyone Is Pregnant’ in the newsletter of his Brooklyn congregation. But for many, it was no joke.
Poetry slam is a genre usually pigeonholed between rap and performance art. So why did 130 young Jews turn out at a shul to try their hand at putting sermons to rhyme?