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Our Clergy

Oheb Shalom Congregation is led by Rabbi Abigail Treu and Cantor Eliana Kissner. Our clergy are dedicated to helping members find new paths in life that are compelling, relevant, and spiritually meaningful for our time. 

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Who We Are

Oheb Shalom Congregation is an inclusive, diverse, and multi-generational community that strives to inspire each one of its members. Friendships are born here that endure for a lifetime as we draw closer to our Jewish heritage and our shared ideals. 

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Heal the World

Social justice is at the core of the Jewish faith. At Oheb Shalom, social justice has defined our institution. Throughout our rich history, Oheb Shalom has leveraged its collective will to make a difference.

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Men's Club

We are a dynamic group men who actively work together in support of our synagogue and our community. We sponsor a wide array of programming events, featuring sports and games, culture, community, charitable works, Judaism, and Israel. 

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Miriam sisterhood

We are a community of Jewish women encouraging synagogue participation through services, education and caring. It is active in outreach support to the young and the more mature and is materially supportive of the synagogue especially of youth activities.

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Updated covid-19 Policy

Effective immediately, anyone who is 12 years or older must be fully vaccinated to participate in person in our indoor services and programs. Effective by Friday, February 11, anyone who is over the age of 5 who is medically eligible for vaccination must be completely vaccinated, including 2 weeks post second dose in a 2-dose series to enter the Oheb Shalom building.  

All children under the age of 5 are always welcome in our facility. 

We urge everyone to get a booster shot as soon as you are able to. While the Omicron variant is rampant, individuals who are fully vaccinated and boosted are becoming much less severely sick than others.
 
Masks are required at all times except when eating or drinking.

If you are not feeling well or exhibiting symptoms of a cold, flu, fever, cough, etc., please stay home and join us virtually.

In the coming weeks, we will be formalizing a system to check proof of vaccination upon entering the building.

We are grateful to the team of lay leaders now working on implementing this next step in keeping our community gatherings safe.
 
Any questions or concerns, please contact the office (973.762.7067).

Fri, January 21 2022 19 Shevat 5782