Welcome to Young Israel of Brighton Beach – the oldest synagogue in Brighton Beach, Brooklyn, NY
Welcome to Young Israel of Brighton Beach synagogue in Brighton Beach Brooklyn, NY
I hope that you have had a safe summer. I am sending you a Covid-19 update from Rabbi Aaron E. Glatt,M.D. Associate Rabbi Young Israel of Woodmere. As I have said in the past, no one in our Young Israel knows that I am writing this, not Steven, nor The Rabbi nor anyone else. I … Continue reading Covid-19 Update
Dear members and friends, I hope you are a having a pleasant and safe summer. The times we are going thru are very stressful and dangerous. We would like to thank those who have joined us in restarting our services on Shabbos and on Monday and Thursday mornings. Please join us if you feel safe … Continue reading SHABBOS & HIGH HOLIDAY MESSAGE
Parshas Netzavim Rich Expression Can Be Confusing Rabbi Dr. Gidon Rothstein (When Netsavim and Vayelech are read separately, this is the haftarah of Netsavim, and Vayelech is Shabbat Shuvah.) The first section of this haftarah is both long and difficult, although giving a generally positive tone. Some of the difficulty stems from Isaiah piling metaphors … Continue reading GUEST D’VAR TORAH
Young Israel of Brighton Beach, an Orthodox synagogue (associated with the National Council of Young Israel, an Organization founded in 1912 and serving as the national coordinating agency of synagogues.
Council of Young Israel, an Organization founded in 1912 and serving as the national coordinating agency of nearly 150 Synagogue branches) that has revitalized the community under the leadership of adminka