With schools getting back in session online, JEM and Tzivos Hashem have announced that Connection Point is looking at resuming its regular programming as part of the school curriculum. They did assure the public, however, that it will all be available online. Each school will be able to run it on their own online platforms.
Daily Archives: April 27, 2020
A twenty fifth update has been released by the Gedaliah Society for the Crown Heights Jewish community. This update aims to clarify any questions regarding the antibody tests being given for COVID-19.
A garage in Crown Heights caught on fire around 6:20pm Monday afternoon, sending a cloud of smoke wafting over the community. Firefighters brought the blaze under control within minutes, and without any injuries.
After a surge in unhappy responses to NYC’s two Crown Heights locations for ready to eat kosher meals, the city will be moving its Parkside location, this time properly located in Crown Heights.
The family of Rabbi Asher Zelig Gottlieb OBM, has invited the community to join in a virtual Zoom Shloshim event to take place this Wednesday. The event will take place at 9:15pm, and will feature a siyum and guest speaker Rabbi Gershon Avtzon.
The Shloshim for Gershon Sabol will take place over zoom Monday night. All are encouraged to attend, and are asked to submit personal messages and stories through email.
Author and Historian, Rabbi Chaim Dalfin, shares his memories of Harav Ahron Yaakov Schwei OBM, his third Mesivta Rebbi in 1977, and member of the Badatz of Crown Heights. Rabbi Schwei passed away this past Friday.
An Air Force and Navy flyover salute to the healthcare workers on the front line of the COVID-19 Pandemic is planned for Tuesday in the skies of New York City. The spectacle will be able to be seen as far as Brooklyn and Staten Island,
As the world remembers the soldiers who lost their lives fighting on the front lines for Eretz Yisroel, we daven for the soldiers that are fighting each and every day, serving and protecting our nation. ‘Mi Sheberach for the IDF’ is performed by Aryeh Hurwitz and the Rinat Israel Choir conducted and arranged by Ofir Sobol.
Are you a recovered coronavirus patient? You can save lives! Join the community of COVID-19 survivors who are mobilizing to fight the coronavirus by attending a plasma testing drive. UPDATE: Registration Extended Through 3:00pm.
Most auspicious during these trying times, Rabbi Tuvia Teldon will be hosting a four-week online course on individual aspiration for the benefit of all.
The community is invited to take part in the Zoom Shloshim Event for Rabbi Mordechai Gurary OBM. The event will include inspiring speakers from around the globe.
Elchonon Greenbaum, a bochur in Ewing, NJ, has launched a website called Parsha Puzzler with videos published every Wednesday about the Parsha and a game show.