September 16, 2019 •
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Clifford M. Kulwin
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TBA Helps Houston- What We Can Do Now

Dear Friends: The Social Action Committee and the Clergy have been examining how to best be of real help to Harvey’s victims.  Over the last few days I was in touch with an old friend, now rabbi of a historic Texas synagogue, Congregation Beth Israel, which is a...

Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts

Hurricane Harvey has devastated Texas. Direct shipment of supplies may eventually be necessary—and if so, we will absolutely be there—but now, the key need is funds to cover to bring in supplies and personnel, and to support the tens of thousands whose lives have been...

A Lovely Mitzvah… Doubled

Sometimes you make unexpected connections. Volunteering with the Newark Conservancy, I learned of its ongoing need for barrels to collect rain.  I happened to mention this to TBA member Rich Kesselhaut, who responded, “I have more barrels than I know what to do...
Do you have even an hour to help someone?

Do you have even an hour to help someone?

Dear Friends, One week each year, we open our spiritual home to those in need through the Interfaith Hospitality Network. Mothers and fathers, sons and daughters, men and women. By warmly welcoming others here, we engage in one of the greatest Mitzvot.  Most are...
Temple B’nai Abraham Honored by NAACP

Temple B’nai Abraham Honored by NAACP

The Oranges and Maplewood Unit of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) hosted its 104th Annual Freedom Fund Gala on Sunday, April 30. The Oranges and Maplewood Unit of the NAACP represents Essex County towns including Belleville,...

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