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  • Friday
    May  3
    Scholar-in-Residence: Rabbi Korobkin

    Friday, May 3rd 7:00p to Sunday, May 5th 12:00p
    Rabbi N. Daniel Korobkin is mara d’asra (senior rabbi) of Beth Avraham Yosef of Toronto Congregation (“The BAYT”). He received his rabbinic ordination from HaRav Yaakov Ruderman zt”l, of Ner Israel Rabbinic College. He has served pulpits in San Diego, Los Angeles, and Allentown, PA. Rabbi Korobkin holds a Master of Science degree from the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Graduate School, as well as a Master of Arts degree in Medieval Jewish and Islamic Thought from UCLA. He continues to pursue his studies in Jewish philosophy in Toronto. He is the translator and annotator of the Feldheim edition of Rabbi Yehuda HaLevi’s Kuzari. Rabbi Korobkin is first vice president of the Rabbinical Council of America.


  • Sunday
    Jun  16
    5th Shul Dinner

    Sunday, Jun 16th 6:00p to 9:00p
    This year’s Dinner will take place on Sunday evening June 16th and once again showcases the unique warmth that exists between all members of the Kehilla, no matter how long they have been at Darchei Noam. We will show gratitude and give recognition to two important families in Darchei Noam. One of the families has been part of Fair Lawn for many years and have been part of Darchei Noam since its inception and the other who moved to Fair Lawn more recently. Both families have made a huge impact on our Congregation and we are delighted to have an opportunity to thank them: Rabbi Avi & Leah Herzog and Oren & Rachel Kravetz.



Fri, April 26 2019 21 Nisan 5779