Tefillin and Mezuzah Checking and Purchase
A Blessing For Your Home!
Mezuzah and Tefillin are two of the most complex religious articles in Judaism. The laws of how to make these articles in a kosher manner are multifaceted and extremely detailed. Furthermore, even
kosher mezuzahs and tefillin may deteriorate over time, rendering them non-kosher.
If you are in need of new mezuzas or tefillin, or need your current ones to be inspected by an ordained scribe (customary to check twice every 7 years), please contact our Shul office to schedule an appointment.
Thanks to our periodic "Checking Tefillin and Mezuzah Campaigns" and year-round home visits, countless Jewish homes and people have learned about and participated in these important mitzvahs, some for the very first time.
Hospital and Retirement Home Visitations
Volunteers visit Jewish patients at the local hospitals, whether affiliated or not, to cheer them up, recite a prayer, arrange
kosher meals and offer any assistance that might be needed.
If you know of anyone who would welcome a visit, please contact us.
Bris, Baby Namings, Bar and Bat Mitzvahs and Wedding Ceremonies
Are you about to tie the knot and need an ordained orthodox Jewish Rabbi to officiate? Are you preparing for your Bar-Mitzvah and need some help learning your Torah and Haftorah portions? Do you need to prepare for your Bat-Mitzvah?
Our Rabbi is available to officiate at all family simchas making the significant celebration even more meaningful and special. Click here to contact our Shul Rabbi, Rabbi Moishe Raitman.
Funerals, Jewish Burials and Kaddish Arrangements
The Rabbi and staff are available to offer comfort, guidance and bereavement support. We offer assistance in preparation, officiating at the funeral, the Shiva
service, minyans, etc. We also have a perpetual Kaddish sevice available where kaddish will be recited for the deceased during the first year as well as on the date of every Yahrtzeit. Contact us to make the necessary arrangements.