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How Thanksgiving helped Jews carve out a...

by Yael Buechler, for the Jewish Telegraphic Agency (JTA)

Published on Nov 22, 2021

Patriotic Manhattan synagogue has celebrated...

by Jon Levine, for the NY Post

Published on Nov 20, 2021

Israel's Vaccine Triumph

by Rabbi Meir Soloveichik, for Commentary Magazine

Published on Feb 4, 2021

Rabbi Soloveichik writes about the Jewish value of chayim.

What Gentiles Can Learn From Lord Sacks

by Rabbi Dr. Meir Soloveichik, for the Wall Street Journal

Published on Nov 12, 2020

After Rabbi Jonathan Sacks' sudden passing, Rabbi Soloveichik discussed in the Wall Street Journal how the late British rabbi was the most gifted voice for biblical belief of our time.

A Former Catholic Dances With the Torah

by Rabbi Meir Soloveichik, for The Wall Street Journal

Published on Oct 12, 2020

For Jews, the people of the book, sacred text is more than law; it is our friend.

This coming Shabbat, Shabbat Bereishit, the "Sabbath of Beginning," is when the story of creation is read in synagogues around the world. In this past Friday's Wall Street Journal, Rabbi Soloveichik explained why Jews are so excited by the opportunity to read a text that they have seen so many times, and why, during the current pandemic, the Bible is more important than ever.

Take a (Solo) Stroll

by Will Heinrich, for the New York Times

Published on Mar 26, 2020

Our historic Chatham Square Cemetery in Lower Manhattan is one of these top recommendations for New Yorkers to pass by and appreciate when taking a safe, socially-distant walk. 

What the Bible Taught Lincoln About America

by Rabbi Dr. Meir Soloveichik, for the Wall Street Journal

Published on Feb 16, 2020

In wartime, a president who once seemed indifferent to religion evolved into a theologian of liberty.

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Commemorative Synagogue Plates

Plates depicting Shearith Israel's five historic synagogue buildings as well the Touro Synagogue in Newport, RI.

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Crosby Street Synagogue

 In 1834 the congregation built a new synagogue on Crosby Street, between Broom and Spring Street.

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