This committee reaches out to families at a time of loss to help them deal with the myriad practical details of setting up and running a shiva house. If the family is interested, shiva coordinators will be appointed to coordinate meals and other assistance donated by community members. Volunteers will be available to help serve meals and address other family needs, as required by each situation. For more information, please contact the Synagogue office – firstname.lastname@example.org
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Rabbi Moshe Genack was the Assistant Rabbi at Congregation Shomrei Emunah in Englewood NJ and a Rebbe at Heichal HaTorah High School. Rabbi Genack has been teaching Torah in formal and informal settings for over ten years and his shiurim have become known for their clarity of thought and presentation, as he is able to make complex topics comprehensible and coherent.
Prior to this, Rabbi Genack served as the Rabbinic Intern at Congregation Beth Aaron in Teaneck and at the Young Israel of Plainview.
The author and editor of numerous seforim, he most recently published Kalos Moshe.
Rabbi Genack received a B.A. in Psychology and an M.B.A. in Nonprofit Management from Touro College. He received his Semicha from
RIETS/Yeshiva University where he studied under Rav Hershel Schachter. Rabbi Genack is an avid tennis player, and a former high school tennis coach.
Rabbi Genack is married to Jenny Grad from Livingston NJ. Jenny is a graduate of Stern College and Mount Sinai School of Nursing and she is currently an MDS Coordinator for an NJ based nursing home company. As a couple they enjoy opening their home to host Shabbos meals, onegs, and organizing and participating in various shul functions. Both Moshe and Jenny are especially active in shidduchim, as they try to help singles find their match by setting them up on dates, coaching, or simply lending a compassionate ear. They are the proud parents of their adorable one-year-old son Rami.
Mazal Tov to Zara & Eli Moradi on the marriage of their son Raphael to Shira Askarinam.
Mazal Tov to Dina & Natan Hamerman on being honored by Yeshiva University High School for Girls.
Mazal Tov to Paul & Drora Brody and the Brody Bunch upon the marriage, in Israel, of Dana Aderet to Ben Glass, originally from London, who met in Yerushalayim, after they each went on Aliyah.
Mazal Tov to Debbie Wang on the birth of a grandson, Asher Barrett, born to her children Keren & Adam Stolz.
Mazal Tov to Dahlia & David Khalili on the birth of a granddaughter, born to their children Shoshana & Emanuel Haim Khalili.
Mazal Tov to Celia & Jack Lemonik on the birth of a granddaughter, Maya Rose, born to their children Yonah & Rachel Lemonik of Briarcliff Manor.