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Posted on July 4, 2018

Welcome Rabbi Gruenberg and Family

On July 5th, Chizuk Amuno, will be blessed to welcome its 8th Senior Rabbi since 1871. Just as Rabbi Zaiman and I were both blessed to serve our beloved congregation for 21 years may Rabbi Gruenberg’s tenure be at least that! With HaShem’s blessing may every member of Chizuk Amuno experience the warmth, caring and Continue Reading »

Posted on August 17, 2016


As the summer soon draws to a close, and a new school year and new Jewish year are soon to begin, here are six thoughts from different people on the nature of beginnings. Share the questions with your family or use them at your Shabbat or holiday table to inspire meaningful discussion about the nuances Continue Reading »

Posted on April 8, 2015

Syncopation II

A dear friend and highly regarded actor, singer, guitarist and voice over legend, John Warren, will be the featured performer at Syncopation II on Sunday April 19th at 4:00PM. John has worked as a “Blue Eyed Soul Singing performer” songwriter and session vocalist all of his life. John is a Master Teacher of Vocal Technique Continue Reading »

Posted on March 31, 2015

Chizuk Amuno Community Holocaust Memorial

EREV YOM HASHOAH WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15 * 7:30PM This years observance of Yom HaShoah will be memorialized on the evening of Wednesday April 15th at 7:30 in our magnificent sanctuary. Hazzan Perlman, Herb Dimmock, the Chizuk Amuno Professional Choir, and distinguished community leaders will present the Holocaust Cantata accompanied by Bethany Pietroniro. The Canatata is Continue Reading »

Posted on February 12, 2015

Sam Glaser/The Light Still Shines On

FEBRUARY 12, 2015 Sam Glaser/The Light Still Shines On It has already been two months since we hosted a Chanukah concert featuring the talented and versatile entertainer Sam Glaser at Chizuk Amuno. The concert, made possible through the generosity of Leonard and Phyllis Attman, hit a high note with the audience especially with a guest Continue Reading »

Posted on February 3, 2015

Syncopation II

500 years ago Shakespeare said “the swiftest hours, as they flew.” 200 years ago the phrase “time flies when you’re having fun” was coined. It’s hard to imagine that Syncopation took place eight years ago. For those who weren’t members of Chizuk Amuno in 2007 we presented Syncopation (chaired by Ellen and Alan Mogol) a Continue Reading »

Posted on October 6, 2011

Can You Believe It?!

Can you believe it? Rosh HaShana services are over? Every year we can’t help but notice how much faster the pages of a calendar turns. When we look back, the years seem like months; months seem like days; days seem like hours; and hours seem like minutes. However, looking forward, minutes can seem like an Continue Reading »

Posted on August 21, 2011

A Trip to Germany and Israel with over a Hundred Cantors

It is my pleasure to invite you on an awe-inspiring Cantors Assembly journey of Heritage & Healing to Germany and Israel. As you are aware the Cantors Perlman 5 have led mometous trips in the past to Israel full of song and lasting memories that many of you attended. This trip sponsored by the Cantors Continue Reading »

Posted on June 29, 2011

Noon in Jerusalem

It was somewhere in the North, perhaps Tiberias or Tzippori. We were sitting in a circle on the dirt and studying the text from Baba Metzia. It was the well known story of the Oven of Achnai in which a clay oven is broken into parts, repaired with sand and its status is questioned. Rabbi Continue Reading »

Posted on February 24, 2011

The Walls are Talking

If you have been in the Schechter lobby recently you might have heard the walls talking. For the past weeks parents, students, alumni, faculty and community members have been painting murals on the walls in honor of Krieger Schechter’s 30th anniversary. I’ve been keeping “paint clothes” in my office so that I can come and Continue Reading »