Please note that the Ohr Torah Annual Dinner on March 8th is quickly approaching.
All reservations and ads had to be in by Sunday, March 1.
We are very much looking forward to an exceptional evening honoring two outstanding couples, Honey & Max Wisotsky and Rena & Jeff Klein.
The evening will include hors d'oeuvres, a lavish buffet, a sumptuous dessert,
as well as surprise entertainment. We strongly encourage each and every one of you to join us for a fun evening.
Please also remember to separately donate for the Tribute to our most beloved Joel Adler a"h whom we will remember with a beautiful tribute presentation at the dinner.
Thank you all and looking forward to seeing you at the dinner!
Guest Chazzan Shabbos, Feb 27/28
We welcomed Rabbi Yaacov Cohen as our guest chazzan this shabbos.
Rabbi Cohen led the davening Friday night and at musaf and presented some Yamim Naraim selections 15 minutes after the end of davening.
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Rabbi Yaacov Cohen Bio
For the past 14 years, Rabbi Cohen has been the Baal Musaf in a number of shuls, including Congregation Beth Jacob - Atlanta, GA and Congregation Bnai Brith Jacob - Savannah, GA. leading the davening for up to 1,000 people.
He has been a member of various choirs and an acapella group, recorded background vocals with various Jewish artists, and was a vocalist in a Jewish simcha band. Rabbi Cohen received vocal training from a variety of vocal instructors both in the US and Israel.
He received semicha from Yeshiva Chofetz Chaim of Queens, NY in 2005, and professionally, is currently the Executive Director of Talmudical Academy of Baltimore.
His goal is to truly connect with the tzibur through the davening, and inspire the congregation to increase their passion and fervor.
Ohr Torah Website Back
Your Ohr Torah web site is back and better than ever!
Most of the features are operational, and we hope to have all features available as soon as possible.
Thanks to all those who helped get it working again!