Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Tonight - Shana Rishona Course with Rabbi Friedman


It started with a recent comment from Rabbi Friedman…"We should really do a call to help young couples find the joy in Shana Rishona." 

A bit of scheduling, programming, and half a week later, we are excited to announce a brand new tele-seminar titled “Shana Rishona - How to Find the Joy and Navigate the Rough Spots.”
Register here.
Who:Newlyweds and anyone interested in some practical Rabbi Friedman inspiration

What: 30 minutes of practical and inspiration advice for young couples 

When: Wednesday night, 5 Adar 1/Feb 5

Time: 9:00 - 9:30pm EST, tele-seminar, 9:30-10:00 EST live Q&A through the anonymous question form 

Where: Any location in the world - all you need is a phone 

Cost: None - this is a free call (just be sure to register in advance for the call-in information)
This call will guide newlyweds (and not so newlyweds) in finding the joy in their first year of marriage and help them to navigate the rough spots that they will encounter. 

We have set up an anonymous question link for you to participate with your questions. The link will be emailed to you when you register for the call. 

Marriage is the best thing that can happen to you. And, as is with all new relationships, there is a learning curve that comes along with it. 
Register here
Rabbi Friedman has been guiding newlyweds for over 4 decades. Join this call and learn from his tried and proven wisdom and practical life application. 

Can't make it to the live call? Register here and we will send you the recording. 

The Shana Rishona call is being presented by It's Good To Know and the upcoming marriage course for Chassanim and married men. 

Please join us and share with your friends.

Rabbi Zalman Friedman,
Office of Rabbi Manis Friedman

Rabbi Shmuly Rothman,
Program Host

Tehillim for R' Yitzchok Abramowitz

Please say Tehillim for Yitzchok Shmuel ben Chaya Golda (Abramowitz) who suffered a mild heart attack. He is in Morristown Medical Center.

N'shei UBnos Chabad Winter Convention to be Held in Somerset, NJ

Kosher Ski Day This Sunday

Morristown Cheder Invites All to Cafe-Themed Evening of Food and Music

On Sunday, February 9 Cheder Lubavitch of Morristown will be hosting their 12th annual auction in the Berger Auditorium in Morristown.   The event is highly anticipated by the surrounding communities and promises to be a beautiful evening, featuring musical duo Rivkah Leah Cylich and Chaya Sara Weiss.

The annual Cheder auction has  gained a reputation as the perfect, wholesome evening out for mothers and daughters (over Bas Mitzvah age) to spend time together, pamper themselves with delicious treats, and enjoy quality entertainment. The community makes a point to attend this event since it funds all the PTA activities and supports the Cheder.  The Cheder has graduated many students who have gone on to assume leadership positions around the world.  Alumni of the Cheder are Rabbis, Chabad House directors, teachers, principals and administrators.  They are the Jewish leaders of tomorrow. Cheder Lubavitch of Morristown can proudly say that although they educate locally, the impact is felt globally!

The evening begins at 6 pm with a smorgasbord and auction viewing (Gentlemen are invited to view the prizes on Sunday at 2 pm).  A wide variety of auction prizes including a megilah, $1,000 camp coupon, gift cards galore, and jewelry,  ensures that there is something for everyone. Given that the Cheder Auction is smaller than most, ticket holders have a better chance of winning.  Tickets can be purchased online at Early bird specials are available until February 2nd..

At 7:30 pm attendees will be treated to a stirring musical program that has enraptured audiences across the world from Tsfat to Sydney, Boston to LA. For celebrate vocalist, Chaya Sara Weiss who performs together with Australian singer/songwriter Rikva Leah Cylich ( the event carries personal significance. "As a Cheder Alumna, I'm grateful for the opportunity to give back to the school that encouraged and helped me become who I am" The duo's original music (composed by Rivka Leah), quality instrumental arrangements and powerful vocals, make for a rich soulful experience.

Patrons of the evening will leave with event with an uplifted heart, mind and spirit.

If you cannot attend, please take a moment and visit and show your support for this community event.

Interested in a New Daily Minyan at 10:00 AM?

A new 10:00 AM daily Shacharis minyan is being organized at Tzemach Tzedek. If you or someone you know is inters tested in helping the minyan take off, please contact Dovid at or 617-838-8140.

Seeking Preschool Teacher

The Hebrew Academy Preschool in New City is seeking a warm and caring, experienced, computer literate teacher for preschool immediately.

Degree in education preferred.

Mon – Thurs 12:15 - 3:30 pm. Must have own transportation.

Email resume to or fax resume to(845) 634-7704 and/or call (845) 634-0951.