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2024 ONLINE Gala Journal

2023 ONLINE Gala Journal

The rally brought together over 30 organizations from across the whole of the Bronx to support bold climate legislation that relies on Bronx-based community organizations to shape solutions that are right for the Bronx. Rally co-sponsors attendees include community organizations,  faith groups, youth, nurses, educators and business people from across the Bronx.

"Attendees rallied in support of the Climate and Community Investment Act (CCIA), which would have a major impact on the Bronx because of the CCIA’s commitment that one-third of funds raised will go to community-based organizations in frontline communities, like the Bronx, which have suffered the worst of environmental and climate pollution and are in greatest need of measure to build resilience to the impact of climate change."

Tehillah was well represented, with 6 attendees out of the roughly 150 people who came to the rally: Danny Guenzburger, Madeline Ritter, Susan Goldman, Stephen Ditmore, Lynda Paul, and Howie Waldman. Howie not only attended but brought 3 of his students. Wendy Seligson (who attends Tehillah High Holiday services) had a leadership role in organizing the rally.

On February 13, 2021 it was our honor to celebrate and acknowledge
Sariel Beckenstein and Jerry Fishman at our annual Gala. 


Covid gave us the opportunity to re-invent ourselves in more ways than one,
including this VIRTUAL JOURNAL for our Gala.

Molly's Pilgrim read by Rabbi Margaret Frisch Klein
Rabbi Margaret Frisch Klein of Congregation Kneseth Israel visits our Hebrew School
and reads "Molly's Pilgrim"  in preparation for Thanksgiving 2020.

On Wednesday, November 4, 2020 we had the chance to create a space where we could breathe
and let go of some of our anxiety. If you missed our musical meditative gathering, you can view it here.

Interfaith Prayer: Together in the face of COVID

On October 9, 2020, Rabbi Linda  participated in an interfaith event at Manhattan College 
The event offered prayers of hope and support for those who have been affected by COVID-19.
Click on the image to view Rabbi Linda deliver her message. Click HERE to view the event in its entirety.

Shira Silverman was honored in the recent Riverdale Press supplement as an "unsung hero"
for her work to make the Riverdale Y Sunday Market happen.

Faith Leaders Find Strength in Community
The Riverdale Press Article 5/20/2020

Tehillah Marks 10 Years with Unorthodox Leader
The Riverdale Press, 2/23/2018

Initiative Builds Jewish-Muslim Ties
The Riverdale Press, 5/21/2015

Mosque And Synagogue To Exchange Holiday Visits
The Riverdale Press, 12/17/2014

Muslim, Jewish Kids Celebrate in Solidarity
The Riverdale Press, 12/17/2015 

Tehillah's Students Moved To Help Hungry Families
The Riverdale Press, 11/13/2014

Wed, May 22 2024 14 Iyyar 5784