About

Welcome to our Shul!

Our Shul was established in 1921, and has served many generations of Jews from all over South Bergen County including Carlstadt, East Rutherford, Garfield, Harrison, Hasbrouck-Heights, Kearny, Little Ferry, Lodi, Lyndhurst, Moonachie, North Arlington, Rutherford, Secaucus, Teterboro, Wallington and Wood Ridge.

Our goal is to cater to each and every Jew regardless of background or degree of commitment. We present opportunities to discover the relevance, joy and meaning of our shared heritage in a warm, welcoming and non-judgmental environment.

We have ongoing events for all tastes and ages. We have weekly Shabbat services and Adults education classes, as well as Shabbat parties and a Hebrew school for children. In addition we have a monthly “Soup & Scotch” on Friday evenings, as well as holiday programs throughout the year.

Our Rabbi, Rabbi Yitzchok Lerman, and his family joined us in the summer of 2014. Rabbi Lerman and his wife Bina have over a decade of experience in Jewish outreach and education, and have expanded many of our programs.

Rabbi Lerman has studied at prominent Yeshiva Colleges and Universities in Toronto, Canada, Brookyln, NY, London, England and Morristown, NJ. He received his Rabbinic ordination from many prominent Rabbis, including Rabbi Y.M. Lau former Chief Rabbi of Israel, and Rabbi D. Schochet head of the Rabbinical Council of Toronto.

Bina is from Melbourne, Australia where her great grandparents moved from Europe after World War Two. After seeing that the community was lacking a Jewish infrastructure, her family help establish a Jewish school, kosher supermarket and a Mikvah. After graduating from high school Bina moved to Israel to study in a teaching seminary in the city of Tzfat, where she graduated with a teaching degree from the State of Israel.

All are welcome to try out any of our services and programs, including our annual public Menorah lighting, Purim feast, Passover public Seder, and other events.

Please contact us if you would like any information regarding our community or Hebrew school.