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  • Monday ,
    SepSeptember  19 , 2022
    Security Training with the Board
    Monday, Sep 19th 7:30p to 9:30p
    Oheb Shalom is working hard to ensure the safety of our congregants, through education and vigilance. Join the Executive Board for a very important safety training.



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

Since the beginning of the pandemic, we have prioritized the health and safety of our community in every decision we’ve made related to our COVID policies.  We will continue to do so.  We made the decision early on to require everyone to be vaccinated in order to enter the synagogue.

Consistent with the CDC‘s guidelines, we are continuing our mask policy at the synagogue: Outside of worship services, congregants may choose to mask at any time based on each person’s health situation and comfort level.  We have decided to keep masks mandatory for worship services for the time being because it is important to us that anyone who wants to come to Oheb Shalom to pray will not hesitate to do so.  
Other CDC guidelines that we would urge our members to follow include:
-- Someone who has tested positive for COVID should quarantine for 5 days and then wear a well-fitting mask for another 5 days -- inside or outside -- as long as his/her symptoms are improving.  
-- Someone who has close contact with someone with COVID should wear a mask for 10 days, with a test on day 5. 
-- All congregants should consider prioritizing any booster for which they are eligible.
As we transition back to normalcy, we will periodically re-evaluate our policies. The ROC will continue to monitor Essex County’s health situation, and our guidance could be updated at any point. 

Hope to see you at 170 Scotland Road soon.  In the meantime, please call Paul Schechner (973.713.4389) or e-mail at with any questions or comments.

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