Or Chadash Newsletter
 October 2012 
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Service Schedule
Kup O' Joe
Congregational Trip to NYC
Rabbi's Message
President's Message
25,000 Mitzvot
Student Cantor's Message
College Financial Planning Workshop
Important Upcoming Dates
8/9/10 Grade Thanks
In Our Community
Consecration & Simchat Torah Invitation
Breast Cancer Awareness Program
Step Up for Israel Film Series
B'nai Mitzvah
Jewish LIFE Series
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Shabbat and Holiday 

Service Schedule

Shabbat Window  

October 5: 7:00 PM Brown Bag Dinner  

7:30 PM Shabbat Evening Service

October 12: 7:00 PM Consecration/Simchat Torah

October 19: 7:00 PM Shabbat Family Service with 6th & 7th Grade Participation 

October 26: 7:30 PM Shabbat Evening Service 

November 2: Shabbat Services at Rutgers University. No Service at Or Chadash. 

November 9: 7:30 PM Shabbat Torah Service 

Kup* O' Joe is Back!  

Caffeinated Conversations


....with Rabbi Forman. Drop-in for a Kup or two and we think you'll return for a refill. This informal gathering/discussion meets on Sunday mornings, from 9:00-10:00AM. No registration required.

All Dates on Sundays

October 14: Jewish Attitudes Toward Gratitude
November 18: Topic TBD
January 6:TBD
February 10:TBD
April 14:TBD 

Childcare will be provided!

*Kup is Yiddush for Head/Mind

College Student Outreach 

As fall approaches, the College Student Outreach Program of Or Chadash is about to swing into full gear. The purpose of this program is to maintain a Jewish connection for our students away from home at preparatory, college or graduate schools. Students will be mailed a treat symbolic for each of the following holidays: Rosh Hashanah, Chanukkah, Purim and Passover. The Rabbi includes a delightful letter reminding students of the significance of the occasion as only he can do. Students tell us each year how much they look forward to these packages and how comforting it is to know that they are still important to our Or Chadash Family. 

We create a new "Student Address List" each year, so all interested parents should send in their child's address for the coming year as soon as possible. You must submit this each year, even if there has not been a change. You will notice that there is space for an email address. The Rabbi promises to try this way of communicating with students.

Don't let your child miss out on the first mailing, which will be later this month!


Click here to complete the registration form.


Click here to make a donation to Or Chadash to commemorate your simcha or memorialize the Yahrzeit of your loved one.  


25th Anniversary 

Jeff & Christine Berg 

Rabbi Joseph M. Forman

Stephen & Diana Propper 

Gary & Deb Weiss

Bruce & Betsy Zalaznick 


Building Fund

Jeff & Christine Berg 

Susan Ingram, in memory of her parents


Educational Enrichment Fund

Jeffrey & Ellen Rosen, wishing Betsy Zalaznick's father good health 

Paul & Maureen Weiner, in honor of the Jack Weiner becoming a Bar Mitzvah 


High Holy Day

Larry & Beatrice Abrams
Myles & Caryn Albert
Steven & Susan Albrecht
Robert & Galia Barlow
Jeffrey & Cindy Bloch
Ray Blumenfeld & Audrey Hackel
Brian & Carol Coriell
Ruth Crawford
Gregg & Jean Frankel
Phillip & Carrie Freed
Steven Garfield
Harvey Gold
John Graybeal & Laura Senator
Chris & Leslie Hann
Alan Hecht & Maria Jose De La Hoz
Susan Ingram
Rusty Johnson & Beth Borowsky
Estelle Katcher
Andy & Michele Korfin
Stuart Oxenhorn & Robin Schutz
Chris & Melissa Pickell
Matthew Rainey & Michelle Segall-Rainey
David Rosen
Joseph & Carolyn Sansevere
Don & Sara Schenker
Gerard & Liz Tracey
Paul & Meredith Weil
Mark & Kristina Witzling
Bruce & Betsy Zalaznick 


Prayer Book Fund

Robert & Galia Barlow
Scott & Maryann Breslow
Phillip & Carrie Freed
Harvey Gold
Phillip & Andrea Harvey
Ross & Susan Weinick 


Rabbi's Discretionary Fund

Paul & Maureen Weiner, in honor of the Jack Weiner becoming a Bar Mitzvah


Tree of Life

Paul & Maureen Weiner, in honor of the Jack Weiner becoming a Bar Mitzvah  



Evelyn Hersch, in memory of her grandaughter, Jessie Mazzocchi



Larry & Beatrice Abrams
Steve & Susan Albert
Steven & Susan Albrecht
Steven & Susan Albrecht
Robert & Galia Barlow
Alan & Sheila Beckman
Mark & Nancy Beckman
Ray Blumenfeld & Audrey Hackel
Jon & Lori Blutfield
Ruth Crawford
Gregg & Jean Frankel
John Graybeal & Laura Senator
Chris & Leslie Hann
Phillip & Andrea Harvey
Alan Hecht & Maria Jose De La Hoz 

Evelyn Hersch 

Susan Ingram
James & Stephanie Kassanoff
Andy & Michele Korfin
Perry & Cindy Lehrer
Robert & Shirl Levy
Jim & Mary Clare Lewy
David & Isabel Mahalick
Stuart Oxenhorn & Robin Schutz
Chris & Melissa Pickell

Victor Sloan & Sandra Gong 

Ken & Cindy Stoter
David & Kimberly Turner
Paul & Meredith Weil
Gary & Debbie Weiss
Richard Willey & Meridith Sigel-Willey
Bruce & Betsy Zalaznick
Eric & Naomi Zwerling  

yahrzeit photo

Upcoming Yahrzeits

May the memories of the following individuals be for a blessing:  

October 5
Marion Ederr
grandmother of Darren Loew
Sadie Eisenberg
grandmother of Gary Brodsky
Thelma Levy
mother of Mark Beckman
Israel Rabiner
great grandfather of Betsy Zalaznick
Norma Schwartz
aunt of Betsy Zalaznick
Jennifer Weller
daughter of Shelly Weller

October 12
Charles Eisler
father of Connie Smith 
Norman Fetner
loved one of the Zalaznick Family 
Regina Leon
great grandmother of Betsy Zalaznick 
Angela Mazzocchi
sister in law of Sherrie Mazzocchi 
Joan Woerner
sister of Alice Schwade

October 19
Lillian Cart
sister-in-law of Hilda Suchow 
Hyman Gorin
grandfather of Debbie Weiss 
Seymour Hersch
husband of Evelyn Hersch 
father of Sherrie Mazzocchi 
Morton Kail
stepfather of Debbie Beer-Christensen 
Jack Kluft
uncle of Betsy Zalaznick 
Matthew Ringel
father of Robin Lewy 
Meryl Weil
mother of Paul Weil 

October 26
Marion Chervin
mother of Kim Caniano

November 2
(will be read on November 9) 
Benjamin Cohen
grandfather of Paul Weil
Helen Gordon
grandmother of Robin Lewy
Joan K. Weinstein
mother of Susan Albert

November 9
Selma Bland
mother of Beatrice Abrams
Blanche Margaret Erkkila
mother of Craig Erkkila
Louis Zalaznick
father of Bruce Zalaznick 
JFS C.A.R.S. Program

Jewish Family Services

Donate Your Unwanted Car to JFS through the CARS program


To donate your car, truck or other vehicle


Please call CARS at (877)537-4227


Representatives are available to assist you.

Congregational Trip to NYC's Lower East Side

Or Chadash Travels to New York City

An Adventure to the Lower East Side


Please register today - Limited seating.

On Sunday, October 28th from 8AM until 5PM we will be spending an amazing day together.

It is a full day trip.

Here is our itinerary:
1) Coach bus from Or Chadash to Liberty State Park to pick up Ferry (leave OC at 8:15)
2) Ferry to Ellis Island
3) Walking Tour of Ellis Island by Jeff Altman (he is an amazing tour guide!)
4) Ferry from Ellis Island to Lower Manhattan
5) Transportation to Noah's Ark Deli for lunch
6) Guided Walking Tour of Lower East Side by Jeff Altman
7) Docent Tour of Eldridge Street Synagogue, with a special program about immigration
8) Shopping and visit to Essex Market
9) Return to OC on Coach Bus 5:00 PM ish

The trip costs $45 for Or Chadash Religious School students and their parents. Click here to reserve your seat if you are a Religious School family.

The trip costs $65 for all other members and guests. Click here to reserve your seat.

We have limited seats on the bus, so reserve your seat today!

Rabbi's Message

Dear Members of Or Chadash,

Ufros Aleinu Sukkat Shelomecha - spread over us the shelter of Your peace. These words are sung each night we gather for worship on Shabbat and holy days. This past Sunday, our Men's Club did an outstanding job building our Sukkah - our temporary shelter for Sukkot - the holiday of our fall harvest which we celebrate this first week of October. As the cool autumn rain falls upon it, our awareness of the fleeting nature of life is heightened. The seasons change, the leaves change, the weather changes, we change. Nothing is permanent, Ecclesiastes reminds us in the reading for this festival holiday. And so, while we are here, we pray that our days may find a bit of shelter from life's storms; that we will find protection with a measure of Shalom, of peace.

Most of us are familiar with the Hebrew word Shalom. Often translated as 'hello', 'goodbye', and 'peace', Shalom has as its core meaning not a salutation or farewell saying. Instead, embedded in the root of the word Shalom is the concept of wholeness. That sense of wholeness is what we hope for our friends when we first greet them and when we say goodbye to them.

This week we extend that hope to a dear friend of Or Chadash. After nearly three years, a new baby and a move from New Jersey to Pennsylvania (nearly an hour away from us), our temple administrator, Jaimee Gold, is moving on to pursue work closer to home and spend more time to be with her husband, Matt, and her two children, Paxton and Declan. Always smiling, Jaimee has been an integral part of OC while she has been here, helping each of us connect with the people, programs, classes, worship services, trips and diverse opportunities that make our congregation the warm and inclusive place that it is. She has tirelessly answered any questions we might have had - sometimes even at crazy hours, is ever-talented with a plethora of software and web applications, and nearly effortlessly juggles a zillion details that make our synagogue work so smoothly. Jaimee's presence here will be greatly missed. As we transition to a new individual, Jaimee will be working to help me, Betsy, and Jeff so OC can continue to operate fully. As part of the Gold family, Jaimee will always have a place here, and it's likely you might see her, Matt and the kids, and her in-laws, Harvey and Kathy, at a future Or Chadash event.

Undoubtedly, we wish Jaimee 'Shalom v'hatzlacha' - Wholeness/Peace and success in her new endeavors. We also say: L'hitraot - we look forward to seeing you again. If you are at OC this Thursday, please stop in the office to wish her well.

May this holiday of Sukkot bring all of us a measure of Shalom.

Rabbi Joseph M. Forman
President's Message
Jeff Berg
Dear members of Or Chadash,


Mitzvahs have a virtuous cycle to them. Like that idea of paying-it-forward, when you see a good deed done, you just want to reciprocate. Judaism has awonderful expression for that. Mitzvah goreret mitzvah, one mitzvah leads to another.

Or Chadash is a community bursting with members who love topay-it-forward. With our dedication to supporting our community, reaching our goal of 25,000 mitzvahs should be a piece of cake.


I want to thank everyone for the generous donations of food to the local food pantry during our annual Yom Kippur food drive. As you can see, we collected a lot! Over 130 bags worth. I'm very proud of temple's continuous support of our community.


Our members dedicate themselves in so many ways to helping our community. I see it from our youngest members to our oldest. If you have not been logging in your good deeds, consider doing so by clicking here. Cumulatively, we have thousands of mitzvahs completed. I think you will find the rewards satisfying and encourage you to continue our great job of paying-it-forward.


Now turning inward for a moment, it was wonderful to see so many of you over the last two weeks at the High Holy Days services. I want to again thank all the volunteers - ushers, parking, break fast - for making the days run smoothly. Without volunteers, our organization could not function. Consider volunteering for any number of events. We all could use a hand.


As our focus turns from the High Holy Days, we have so much else at OC to look forward to. October is just as busy as September was. Just in the next two weeks, you can have dinner in the sukkah, participate in special programming for Or Chadash parents and their pre-teen and teenage children, and witness the torah being stretched around the sanctuary. Please come out and join your Temple family in one or more of these wonderful events.


Jeff Berg
25,000 Mitzvot for Or Chadash's 25 Years

As part of our 25th Anniversary Celebration, we would like to engage together in 25,000 acts of Tikkun Olam & G'milut Chasadim: acts of repairing our world and loving kindness. Each and every one of us can contribute. No act is too small (or too big for that matter)! Please help us realize the goal of reaching 25,000 mitzvot performed this year by helping us tally your mitzvot.

Click here for a list of examples of a mitzvah.

Click here to make your pledge of how many mitzvot you and your family will make in the next year.

Over the course of this year, you can log onto our tally form which will be on the front page of the Or Chadash website and enter the number of mitzvot you would like to add to our total.  There is also a section on the form to tell us more about the mitzvah you perform.  We will use that information to send emails throughout the year to highlight all of the good we are doing throughout our community. 

Click here to enter your mitzvot as you complete them!

Thank you for your help in meeting our goal of 25,000 Mitzvot in celebration of 25 Years at Or Chadash! 
Student Cantor's Message
Kathy Gohr

The High Holy Days are behind us for yet another year.  All of the planning and preparation which spanned most of the Summer was all too soon laid to rest as the last Tekiah G'dolah was sounded on Yom Kippur.  As I sit in a Sukkah on the first evening of Sukkot, I am warmed by the afterglow of these Days of Awe and reflect on how they depart  a lingering effect on our lives.  With Religious School in full swing and another year of B'nei Mitzvahs upon us, we return to the  normal course of events  for  the rest of the year.  But yet, there is a subtle shift that reminds us that we have been in the presence of The Eternal, that by having encountered This Ancient of Days we will never be the same, ever.  As we stood together as a congregation and heard the call of the shofar we were transported back to a time when our ancestors heard that same call, and felt that same hand of God. The deep spiritual bond forged out of this shared experience gives rise to renewed relationships which can carry a community through the whole of the coming year.


Such was my experience as I shared my first High Holiday season with the Or Chadash community.  I have served as your Student Cantor for the past year, and was honored to be a part of this year's services.  As we return to our everyday existence I sense that subtle shift in my relationships at the Temple. We look into each other's eyes a little deeper, knowing that we have been on a journey together to a very deep place . There is an unspoken trust which can only result from having  been traveling companions along the path that leads to the gates of heaven.  I see it in the eyes of the children as we make music together.  I see it in the eyes of the parents, teachers and my colleagues as we embark upon the coming year.  It is from this place that I am both honored and eager  to be a part of the Or Chadash family this next  year.



Kathy Gohr 

College Financial Planning Workshop
Thursday, October 4 - 7:00 PM

Important Dates to Remember
Thursday, October 4: 7:00 PM College Planning Workshop

Friday, October 5: 7:00 PM Brown Bag Shabbat Dinner

Friday, October 12: 7:00 PM Consecration/Simchat Torah Service

Sunday, October 14: 9:00 AM Kup O' Joe Adult Programming

Sunday, October 14: 10:00 AM JFS Breast Cancer Awareness Program at Or Chadash

Tuesday, October 16: 7:30 PM Step Up for Israel Program at Or Chadash

Sunday, October 28: Congregational Trip to NYC Lower East Side.  See the complete article below for more information and to register to attend. 
In appreciation of our 8th/9th/10th grade families

We would like to honor and recognize the families and students (listed below) as they are affirming the importance of Jewish education by enrolling their children in our 8th, 9th and 10th grade program at Or Chadash. Although our students are very mature, they are not the "driving" force in the family. We say todah rabbah, thank you, to the parents of our students, too. During these most holy days of the year, as we take time to look inward, we want to also take a moment to recognize and acknowledge this most treasured partnership. Or Chadash and the greater Jewish community are all the beneficiaries of your on-going commitment to the Jewish education of your children. Yasher Koach - May you go from strength to strength.

Jake Albert, son of Myles and Caryn Albert
Rachel Albrecht, daughter of Steven and Susan Albrecht
Jacob Berg, son of Jeff and Christine Berg
Thuy Blumenfeld, daughter of Ray Blumenfeld and Audrey Hackel
Mackenzie Carter, daughter of Matthew Carter and Cheryl Platt
Katherine Eckelmann, daughter of George Eckelmann and Jane Engel
Austin Goldstein, son of Robert and Julie Goldstein
Kim Graybeal, daughter of John Graybeal and Laura Senator
Aaron Lewy, son of Jim and Mary Clare Lewy
Brianna Lifshitz, daughter of Edward and Cheryl Lifshitz
Jenna Lifshitz, daughter of Edward and Cheryl Lifshitz
Elizabeth Rosen, daughter of Jeffrey and Ellen Rosen
Jordan Sinoway, son of Stephen Sinoway and Beth Golden
Mei-lin Sloan, daughter of Victor Sloan and Sandra Gong
Sydney Stoter, daughter of Ken and Cindy Stoter
Samantha Tracey, daughter of Gerard and Liz Tracey
Ethan Tyler, son of Edward Tyler and Renee Trambert
Benjamin Weil, son of Paul and Meredith Weil
Joshua Weinberg, son of Paul and Andrea Weinberg
Jack Weiner, son of Paul and Maureen Weiner
Abigail Weinick, daughter of Ross and Susan Weinick

There is still time to register - click here to register your 8th/9th/10th grader today!  Class begins Thursday, September 13 at 6:00 PM at Peaceful Valley Orchards.

Betsy Zalaznick

In Our Community

Refuah Sh'leima (Get well) to...

Fred Bernstein, father of Melissa Pickell  

Seth Parkoff, brother in law of Leslie Hann
Eileen Berkelhammer
Pat Wolf, mother of Leslie Hann
Evelyne Hersch
Don Corey, father of Faith Fuhrman


Todah Rabbah...
Julia MacIsaac and her family for ushering at the Friday, October 5 service.

Julia MacIsaac, Amy Rosen, Emily Christensen and their families for ushering at the Friday, October 12 service.

Jack Weiner and family for ushering the Saturday, October 13 service.

Samantha and Brenna Kahle and their family for ushering at the Friday, October 19 service.

Jason Podgorski, Jack Weiner, Amanda Albrecht and their families for ushering at the Friday, October 26 service.

Sherrie Mazzocchi for organizing the Yom Kippur Break Fast meal.

Karen Tovi-Jones for all her help during the Break Fast. 


B'ruchim HaBa'im...We welcome our newest members and RSO families


Ira & Shari Starr: Ira and Shari join us from Branchburg, NJ with their daughter Gianna Duddy (6th Grade).


Mike & Lisa Tauscher: Mike and Lisa join us from Flemington, NJ with their son Scott (4th Grade). 


Click on their names above to send them a welcome email. 


In order to help us be a more caring community, please share your lifecycle events with Rabbi Forman


Feel free to click on a hyperlink to send a note and let someone know you are thinking about them.


Welcome to our newest Religious School students

Breast Cancer Awareness Program
Sunday, October 14 at 10:00 AM at Or Chadash 

Step Up 4 Israel Film Series - Film 1
Tuesday, October 16 at 7:30 PM at Or Chadash

Sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Somerset, Hunterdon, and Warren Counties
as part of the Jewish LIFE program.
Jewish Federation Logo
Bar Mitzvah - Jake Albert

Jake Albert will become a Bar Mitzvah on October 27, 2012. Jake is an
eighth grade student at Bridgewater-Raritan Middle School. His favorite
subjects are math and science. Jake enjoys participating in karate and will
be testing for his brown belt in the fall. Jake's Torah portion is Lech
Lecha, which focuses on the issue of honesty. Jake's mitzvah projects have included making food for Ship (The Samaritan Homeless Interim Program), which is then distributed to the hungry within the community. Jake also participates in The Color a Smile Program, by submitting art work, which is then distributed to Children's Cancer Hospitals throughout the state. Jake looks forward to celebrating his Bar Mitzvah with his family and friends. 

Bat Mitzvah - Jenna Lifshitz

Jenna Lifshitz, the daughter of Edward and Cheryl Lifshitz, is becoming a Bat Mitzvah on October 13. She is in the eighth grade at Clinton Township Middle School, where her favorite subjects include math and science. Jenna enjoys singing, playing piano, beading, and sewing. Jenna's Mitzvah Project involved sewing quilts for children to be donated to hospitals. Taken from the Book of Genesis, her Torah portion is B'reishit, which includes the story of the Garden of Eden. This story teaches us that you can't go home again, or, even more relevant to her experience, once adolescence is reached, childhood must be left behind. Jenna is looking forward to becoming a Bat Mitzvah and celebrating with her friends and family.

Family Promise of Hunterdon County
(formerly Interfaith Hospitality Network)
"A Taste of Hunterdon" Fundraising Dinner

"A Taste of Hunterdon" fundraiser ensures that everyone in Hunterdon can have a "Home Sweet Home." Please join us for our 14th Annual "A Taste of Hunterdon" culinary event to support and celebrate the work of Family Promise of Hunterdon County and the Interfaith Hospitality Network (IHN) shelter program. "A Taste of Hunterdon" will be held on Monday, October 29th from 6pm - 9pm at the lovely Grand Colonial banquet room on Route 173 West in Hampton, NJ. We will enjoy an incredible and generous assortment of hors' d'oeuvres and a cash bar will be available. There will be delicious food, incredible auction items, and most importantly, a wonderful evening out to support a truly wonderful cause. This year, we are honoring the congregation of Our Lady of Lourdes as an "Extraordinary Partner in Mission" with a special posthumous tribute to long-time IHN supporter, Mary Bender. In addition, the Hunterdon Interfaith Outreach Council will receive the "Extraordinary Community Partnership" award for their incredible work in fundraising for fuel assistance. Reservations can be made at $65.00 per guest (until 10/26, after the price will go up to $75.00) by calling the Family Promise Office at 908-782-2490 or via the Family Promise of Hunterdon website at http://www.familypromisehc.org. Don't miss this opportunity to treat yourself to a well-deserved night out and celebrate the work that you have done to help the homeless individuals and families in our county.

Lifelong Learning

Jewish Life
JCC Place to Be

Katie Workman: The Mom 100 Cookbook
Thursday: October 25  at 7:00 PM at SSBJCC
Katie Workman, founding editor in chief of Cookstr.com and mother of two school-age kids, offers recipes, tips, techniques, attitudes, and wisdom for staying happy in the kitchen. The Mom 100 is 20 dilemmas every mom faces, with 5 solutions for each. The Mom 100 dazzles with main-dish meats, Monday Night Brisket to fish dishes they'll actually eat, healthy snacks and pretty healthy desserts, like fun Fruit Salad on a Stick. Picky eaters? Breakfast insanity? Last-minute company? Don't worry - the Mom 100's got you covered!

Peninnah Schram and Gerard Edery

"The Minstrel and the Storyteller"
Saturday, November 3 at 7:00 PM at Temple Beth-El
The world-renowned storyteller and master singer/guitarist interweave Sephardic, Hebrew, Judeo-Arabic, Hasidic, and original songs with beloved Jewish folktales.

Peninnah Schram The Apple Tree's Discovery

Sunday, November 4 at 11:15 AM at Or Chadash  

Ms. Schram is the Founding Director of the Jewish Storytelling Center. She has told stories in America, Canada, England, and Israel, at synagogues, festivals, conferences, colleges, organizations, camps, and schools. She is also a catalyst, sparking ideas, inspiring others to tell stories, and creating places for other storytellers to gather and share stories. Along with co-author Rachayl Eckstein Davis, Schram has written a children's version of the midrash with a lesson for children and adults alike. A little apple tree in a forest of oaks begs G-d for stars like those glimmering on the branches of the great oak trees beside her. As the seasons pass, she learns to appreciate her own gifts and realizes that it's possible to find a star in each of us.

Jewish LIFE www.ssbjcc.org
Click on the Jewish LIFE page or call the JCC 908-725-6994

Click here for the complete season guide.
JFS Prime Time Expo for Retirees
Sunday, November 18

Jewish Family Services

Jewish Family Service of Somerset, Hunterdon and Warren is presenting a "Prime Time Expo" geared to those who are newly retired, looking ahead to retirement, or seeking ways to improve their retirement years.   The event is FREE and open to the community. It will be held on Sunday afternoon, November 18th at the Shimon and Sara Birnbaum JCC.  There will be seminars and interactive booths with topics related to  health and wellness, travel and leisure,  financial planning, life long learning opportunities and volunteerism.  Watch the JFS newsletter and website for details.

Jewish Family Services

Jewish Family Services

JFS is a non-profit, non-sectarian social service agency whose mission is to preserve and strengthen the quality of individual, family and community life based on Jewish values.


Betty and Arthur Roswell

Mental Health Counseling Center

Holocaust Survivors Assistance
Refugee Assistance

Special Needs Programs
Family Mentoring

Senior Support Services
Family Life Education

Information and Referral Emergency Assistance

Ohr Tikvah
Career Services


For more information contact:

Jewish Family Service of Somerset, Hunterdon and Warren Counties

150-A West High Street, Somerville, NJ 08876

908-725-7799     Admin@JewishFamilySvc.Org     www.JewishFamilySvc.Org 

Jewish Federation of Somerset, Hunterdon and Warren Women's Philanthropy Fundraising Event

Click here to register.

Christie's Bake Shop

Thank you to Christie's Bakery for donating the challah for our Yom Kippur Break Fast.
Healthy Holistic Healing - Clinton, NJ