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Quote of the Day

"Wearing Tefillin is a profound spiritual practice that connects us to the continuity of Jewish tradition and reminds us of our identity and purpose as Jews."

Rabbi Yizchok Meir Korff

From the Office of the New York Metropolitan Region FJMC President

Hello Hal,

Now that Punxsutawney Phil has predicted an early spring, the Metropolitan Region has kicked into high gear planning for all of our upcoming events.

  • Super Bowl Sunday, February 11th kicks off our annual World-Wide Wrap at a synagogue near you. Participate in the mitzvah of wrapping tefillin; this year ever more important, in solidarity with the soldiers of the Israel Defense Forces and hostages who are unable to wrap themselves.

  • See the announcement in this issue on the Dr. Ira Ungar Build-A-Pair/World Wide Wrap Contest. Your submissions must be in by March 15th, 2024. Winners will be announced on April 1, 2024.

  • Clubs throughout the region will be holding their annual Men’s Club Shabbat services, whereby club members take an active part in leading and conducting Saturday morning services. One need not be proficient in any part of the minyan; rather it is an opportunity to expand everyone’s comfort level in our morning prayers, while enjoying the comradery and unity of fellowship and friendship.

  • February marks Jewish Disability and Inclusion Month (JDAIM). Programs around the region highlight the many steps congregations have taken to make our institutions open and accessible to all. If you would like to learn more about this initiative or find out how your synagogue or chapter can be even more welcoming to those with challenges, feel free to visit our website for ideas and suggestions.

  • Our NYC Chapters are busy putting the final changes on a financial seminar that will be hosted by some of the top executives on Wall Street. Stay tuned, details to follow in the next issue of Gesher.

  • Having just commemorated International Holocaust Day, it has become more apparent that the rise in antisemitism, coupled with holocaust revisionism and denial, finds the need to double our efforts on holocaust education and outreach. Seventy-Eight years after the worst tragedy to befall our people, there are actually those that deny our connection to this horror; worse yet, accuse Israel of being “the new Nazis.”

  • The FJMC Shoah Yellow Candle program serves as a living symbol of how Jews can “Never Forget.” Join us, as we light the Shoah Yellow Candle on Sunday, May5th. Information will be forthcoming and can be found on the FJMC website below.

  • The Annual Chaverim Kol YisraelMan and Youth of the Year honoree program will be held this year. Come celebrate those deserving Men and Youth who help in uniting our communities in fellowship, leadership, and support. Both the region and your local synagogue will be announcing their honorees shortly.

Feel free to browse our website; to find a listing of affiliated clubs, latest news, happenings, and information regarding programming around the region.

I am always available at or 516-840-5464 with any comments, suggestions or requests that you may have.

In Friendship,

Shea Z. Lerner

New York Metropolitan Region President

Remembering Dr. Ira Ungar

May his memory be for a blessing

Dr. Ira UngarPast Regional President of the Tri-State Region of the Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs, passed away on Saturday, February 3, 2024.

Dr. Ira Ungar was the founder and generous donor of the Dr. Ira Ungar Fund in support of the Build A Pair program.

Ira is survived by his wife, Beth and his children, David (Srilaxmi), Aaron, and Lauren Ungar.

You may read Dr. Ira Ungar's bio or share a favorite memory of this incredible gentleman or leave a message of comfort for his family and loved ones here.

"May his memory be for a blessing."

Donate to the Dr. Ungar Fund

If you (or someone you know) would like to contribute to the endowment fund, please let us know. In this way, we can honor Dr. Ungar for all of the hard work he's done to teach this important mitzvah to our kids. 

Thank you, in advance!

In Brotherhood,

Warren Sufrin

cell: 412-805-8946


Enter the Contest!

Build-A-Pair/World Wide Wrap

Thank you for your participation in the Build-a-Pair Program this year. This is the 15th year of the program and it is as strong as ever, with over 15 thousand students having participated in learning the mitzvah of tefillin.

Dr. Ira Ungarz"l, creator of the program, has put together an endowment to insure its success into the future. And this year, for the first time ever, we are using the endowment to offer prizes to our participants!

Up to four $125 prizes will be awarded for presentations such as funniest, most serious, largest group, or most creative. 

Note: your submission must be in by March 15th, 2024. Winners will be announced on April 1, 2024. Please see the attached PDF for further details.

Dr. Ungar, z"l,  truly believes in teaching our children about tefillin and hopes you'll submit an entry. 

Thank you, in advance!

In Brotherhood,

Warren Sufrin

cell: 412-805-8946



Be a part of Build-A-Pair Program!

Order your kits now!

Your children will learn about Tefillin, Mitzvot, and Traditions!

World Wide Wrap 2024

Join Together!

Wrapping Tefillin

in Solidarity with Israel!

Sunday, February 11, 2024

Hoping the WORLD WIDE WRAP will be in-person for many of you. Of course, it can be done virtually if needed.

Please visit for registration and programming ideas!

Save The Date!

FJMC Quad Retreat

SAVE THE DATE: June 7-9, 2024

Registration Opens Soon!

Please Join us at our Quad Region Retreat as we Celebrate our Brotherhood with the Hudson Valley, Northern New Jersey

and Middle Atlantic Regions!

Camp Zeke 31 Barry Watson Way, Lakewood, PA 18439

Cost to Attend: $400 pp., Dbl. Occ.

Stipends Awarded by NYM Region: $250 pp.

Total Out of Pocket Cost: ONLY $150

Open to all NY Metro affiliated and paid club members!

For more information: JAY STEINMETZ

Cell: 516-435-5278 or

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Around The Region

Dix Hills Jewish Center

Dix Hills JC

555 Vanderbilt Pkwy

Dix Hills, NY 11746

Phone: (631) 499-6644

An Evening of Fun & Games

to Support the DHJC

Saturday, March 9, 2024 at 8pm

Plainview Jewish Center

Plainview JC

95 Floral Drive West

Plainview, NY 11803

Phone: (516) 938-8610

Plainview JC Men's Club presents

The World Wide Wrap

Sunday, February 11, 2024 at 9am ET

Plainview JC

95 Floral Drive West

Plainview, NY 11803

Phone: (516) 938-8610

Plainview JC Men's Club Islanders Night

Sunday, March 24, 2024 at 5pm ET


(remember to send to family and friends)


Check or cash to PJC Men's Club

Melville Jewish Center

Melville Jewish Center

2600 New York Avenue

Melville, NY 11747

Phone: 631-421-3224

World Wide Wrap at Melville JC

Sunday, February 11, 2024


North Shore Jewish Center

North Shore Jewish Center

385 Old Town Road

Port Jefferson Station, NY 11776

Phone: (631) 928-3737

World Wide Wrap

Sunday, February 11, 2024 at 9am

Featuring Music Artist: Levi Paris

Congregation Beth Tikvah

Congregation Beth Tikvah

3170 Woodbine Avenue

Wantagh, NY 11793-3099

Phone: (516) 785-2445

Card Games on Thursdays from noon to 4pm

Park Avenue Synagogue

Park Avenue Synagogue

50 E 87th Street

New York, NY 10128

Phone: (212) 369-2600

Insights from Israel: Israel at War

Thursday, February 15, 2024

at 12:30pm ET online

Rabbis Michael Graetz and Tzvika Graetz and Michal Abramoff  

Join us for a discussion that unpacks the latest events in Israel.



Temple Israel of Great Neck

Temple Israel of Great Neck

108 Old Mill Road

Great Neck, NY 11023

Phone: (516) 482-7800

Men's Club World Wide Wrap

Sunday, February 11, 2024

9am - 11am ET

Join us for the Men’s Club World Wide Wrap on Sunday, February 11th in person and on TIGN Zoom. The World Wide Wrap is an international, coordinated minyan encouraging Jewish men and women to learn about and participate in one of the basic mitzvot, or commandments, in the Torah: the wrapping of tefillin.

Temple Israel of Great Neck

108 Old Mill Road

Great Neck, NY 11023

Phone: (516) 482-7800

Temple Israel’s Solidarity Trip to Israel for Adults 2024

Sunday, March 24 to

Sunday, March 31, 2024

This trip replaces the adult tour of Israel originally planned. As the name implies, we will be going to volunteer, connect and bear witness to Israel and Israelis in this ‘year of need.’

Click here to sign up. Keshet will contact you for the deposit and payment.

Click here for the price package information. Everyone is responsible for their air travel.

Click here for the trip itinerary.


Please contact Rabbi Schweber ( with any questions and/or to express interest in joining the trip.

Midway Jewish Center

Midway Jewish Center

330 S. Oyster Bay Road

Syosset, NY 11791

Phone: (516) 938-8390

World Wide Wrap

Sunday, February 11, 2024

At 9am ET

Join us for the Men’s Club World Wide Wrap.

Morning minyan in Sanctuary followed by breakfast in OSR.

Midway Jewish Center

330 S. Oyster Bay Road

Syosset, NY 11791

Phone: (516) 938-8390

Forest Hills Jewish Center

Forest Hills JC

106-06 Queens Blvd

Forest Hills, NY 11375

Phone: (718) 263-7000

Forest Hills JC presents:

Scholar In Residence

February 9-10, 2024

Join Rabbi Dr. Noah Bikhart for presentation and discussion on “The “Lord’s Prayer” in Context: Ancient Jewish Prayer in The Dead Sea Scroll, the New Testament and Rabbinic Literature” and “Lashes Of Fire: A Talmudic Metaphor For Power.” Watch for details to register and sponsor Shabbat Dinner and Kiddush Luncheon. FHJC’s Scholar-in-Residence Program is made possible through the generous support of the Sevin family, in loving memory of Malvin Peace Sevin.

Cost is $36 for ages 11 and up $18 for children ages 3 – 10 free for toddlers age 2 and under.

RSVP here!

Congregation L'Dor V'Dor

Congregation L'Dor V'Dor

49-10 Little Neck Pkwy

Little Neck, NY 11362

Phone: (718) 224-0404

Shabbat Across America

Friday, March 1, 2024

RSVP here!

FJMC Keynote Series

A Jewish Spiritual Structure & Practice for Men

A Jewish Spiritual Structure

& Practice for Men

with Rabbi Noam Raucher

FJMC Executive Director

Tuesday, February 20, 2024

at 9pm ET

There is a great awakening taking place toward the inherent patriarchal structure that shapes men’s lives, often in unhealthy ways. Many men have begun to realize the tradition of “being a man” doesn't serve them.

However, Judaism, an ancient spiritual path that has sustained generations of individuals through difficult times, also offers a system of guidance and growth that men can use to live meaningful and fulfilling lives. The structure laid out here consists of Hillel’s existential questions, and several Jewish ideas offered as regular practices.

Register here

Guest Contributor Rabbi "Iggy"

Spiritual Need;

Make a Rav for yourself

by Rabbi Igael "Iggy" Gurin Malous

We are living in an era of incredible technological advancements and unprecedented connectivity, yet paradoxically, many of us experience pervasive loneliness, a silent epidemic, affecting individuals across the globe. Many grapple with an overwhelming sense of isolation.

After years of leading a purpose-driven organization, charging through crises, building community, and working on a larger scale my journey is morphing from the strategic to the personal. In a profound shift, I have pivoted back to the roots of my rabbinate, providing individual spiritual counseling. Taking a unique approach that transcends the superficial layers of human existence, my counselees and I delve into the depths of the soul to address the existential void contributing to the epidemic of loneliness.

Please read the Rabbi's article in its entirety!

FJMC Joins the SRE Network

We are excited to share that the Federation of Jewish Men’s Clubs is now a member of the Safety, Respect, and Equity Network (SRE).

Membership means that we are on a shared journey to create a safer, more respectful and equitable workplace and communal space. 

What is SRE Network?

SRE Network is a Jewish network of 150+ organizations rooted in a shared commitment to safety, respect, and equity for all through an intersectional lens of gender justice. SRE inspires meaningful change in workplaces and communal spaces by bringing people together to address gender-based harassment, discrimination and inequity. SRE focuses on creating change through community building, research and learning, and community investments.

Please Step Up To Help:

We are looking for several members of our community to join our SRE Task Force to help us with our annual review and responsibilities throughout the year. The Task Force is expected to meet at least 6 times a year. If you would like to be part of this necessary work, please reach out to Rabbi Noam Raucher at

If you have any questions, please reach out to Alan Budman at

Thank you for your partnership in this work.


Learn more about SRE.

Attention All Men's Club

Submit Your Man/Youth of the Year Honorees

Please submit your Man of the Year

and Youth of the Year Honorees ASAP with

Stuart Haimes

Please include:

  • Honoree Name
  • Synagogue/Kehillah
  • Headshot
  • Bio

The deadline for submissions is February 16, 2024.

Join us in June 2024

The New York Metropolitan Region Honors 

Les Agisim

New York Metro Regional Man

of the Year 2024

Chicago Shabbaton

Register NOW!

Register NOW!

Why wait for 2025?

Come to Chicagoland

May 16-19, 2024

Take part in the FJMC 2024 Shabbaton, Thursday May 16 to Sunday May 19, 2024 at the Hilton Chicago Northbrook.

Come join all your old friends and make new ones at the beautiful Hilton Chicago/Northbrook. Our jam-packed weekend includes a Chicago Architecture River Cruise, sneak peak tour of the Sheraton Grand Chicago, site of our 2025 Convention, a wonderful Shabbat together again with great guest speakers and a Chicago Cubs game at Wrigley Field (depending on MLB 2024 Schedule)…and loads of fun for everyone!

Registration is NOW open!

Mental Health Shabbat

Mental Health Shabbat

with Steven Mandel MD and Alan Manevitz MD

Saturday, February 10, 2024

Sutton Place Synagogue

225 East 51 Street, New York, NY 10022

Following Shabbat afternoon services, we will have a

Mental Health Shabbat Program. After opening remarks,

we will have break out tables and then regroup for discussion.

G-d created Adam and said, “It’s not good for humans to be alone”.

G-d labeled loneliness as the first human problem.

Loneliness is a state of distress or discomfort that occurs when one perceives a gap between one’s desire for social connection and the person’s actual experience of it. Social needs are not met by the quantity and quality of one’s relationships. This can occur after life-changing times to include changes in family relations and illness, loss of a job or pet, and living alone.  

Click here to read Dr. Mandel's article.


Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month

JDAIM mission statement:


“Unite Jewish Communities worldwide to raise awareness and champion the rights of all Jews to be accepted and included in all aspects of Jewish life like everyone else.”


“Do not separate yourself

from the community”.

Pirkei Avot 25


Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month (JDAIM) is an annual observance held in February to raise awareness about the unique challenges faced by Jewish people with disabilities and to promote their full inclusion in Jewish communities. The month was first established in 2009 by the Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA) and has since been adopted by Jewish communities around the world.

During JDAIM, Jewish communities host a variety of events and programs to educate people about disability awareness and inclusion, and to celebrate the contributions of Jewish people with disabilities. These events may include workshops, lectures, panel discussions, art exhibits, and social gatherings. JDAIM is also a time for Jewish organizations to reflect on their own practices and policies to ensure that they are inclusive of people with disabilities.

JDAIM is an important opportunity to raise awareness about the unique challenges faced by Jewish people with disabilities and to promote their full inclusion in Jewish communities. By working together, we can create a more welcoming and inclusive world for all Jews.

Click here to find out what you can do to help make a difference!

Around the World

Many scholars say their schools’ DEI offices ignored Jewish concerns — either not recognizing Jews as a minority or seeing them as white and privileged, and therefore not subject to marginalization. (Getty Images; JTA illustration by Mollie Suss)

Kill it or reform it? Jewish critics of DEI debate the future of campus diversity programs

(JTA)As director of the Center for Jewish Studies at the University of Minnesota, Natan Paradise says he leads a research institution, not an advocacy organization. Yet since Oct. 7, he says his research has been put on pause while he spends his time “just dealing with this.”  “This” refers to fallout from the deadly Hamas attack on Israel and the ensuing war in Gaza.  “A lot of conversations have had to be had, educating both inside and outside the Jewish community,” Paradise said in an interview this month. “That happens daily. People want to know, should we respond and should we respond in an uproar? The donors are in an uproar. Administrators need context.”

Click here to read the article!

An image of Faye Tzippy Holand, an 83-year-old Holocaust survivor, projected on Brooklyn Bridge, Jan. 27, 2024, New York City. (Eugene Gologursky)

Why images of Holocaust survivors were projected onto NYC landmarks on Saturday night

(JTA)Larger-than-life images of Holocaust survivors and their stories were projected on two dozen New York City landmarks and building facades on Saturday night in honor of International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Gillian Laub, the acclaimed Jewish photographer, took many of the pictures of the survivors at a Nov. 1 event at the Museum of Jewish Heritage, when more than 200 Holocaust survivors gathered to raise awareness for Israeli hostages kidnapped by Hamas into Gaza.

Click here to read the article!

Singer and influencer Montana Tucker arrives for the 66th Annual Grammy Awards at the Arena in Los Angeles on February 4, 2024, wearing a dress with a yellow ribbon meant to call attention to the Israeli hostages in Gaza. (Photo by Robyn Beck/AFP via Getty Images)

Montana Tucker wears yellow-ribbon dress, Recording Academy CEO pays tribute to Nova victims at 2024 Grammys

(JTA)An influencer who traveled to Israel to bear witness after Hamas’ Oct. 7 attack walked the red carpet at the Grammys on Sunday night in a dress meant to call attention to the Israelis who remain hostages in Gaza.

And the CEO of the Recording Academy, Harvey Mason Jr., paid tribute during the awards ceremony to the hundreds of victims of the attack at the Nova music festival, heeding a call made last week by the CEO of the American Jewish Committee.

Click here to read the article!

ADL - "Fighting Antisemitism"

Join us March 4-7 in New York City for ADL’s Never Is Now, the world’s largest annual summit on antisemitism and hate. This important and inspiring event will include the National Leadership Summit (NLS) March 4-5 by invitation only.

During this unprecedented moment with surging antisemitism, your voice is critical. It is more important than ever to come together and send the message that hate cannot win.

Register here.


Yuval Freilich celebrates after a victory during the 2019 European Fencing Championships in Germany. (Federico Gambarini/Getty Images)

Israeli fencer Yuval Freilich wins gold medal in Qatar

(JTA) — Israeli fencer Yuval Freilich won a gold medal at the 2024 Qatar Grand Prix on Wednesday, becoming a champion in a country that is home to the leadership of Hamas. Freilich, 29, won the epee title in Doha while wearing a uniform with an Israeli flag and the message “Am Israel Chai,” Hebrew for “the people of Israel lives,” written on his shoulder. As in previous times of crisis, the phrase has become a rallying cry for Israel in its war with Hamas.

Click here to read the article!

Jewish Arts & Culture

Larry David attends the "Curb Your Enthusiasm" Season 11 premiere at the Paramount Theatre in Los Angeles, Oct. 19, 2021. (Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic for HBO)

‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ season 12 premiere raises a question: Will Larry go to Israel?

(JTA) Every season premiere of “Curb Your Enthusiasm” raises the question of just how Jewish the latest run of the show will be. On Sunday night, in the first episode of the 12th (and final) season, Larry David may have provided an answer: Not just Jewish, but possibly even Israeli. Light spoilers lie ahead.

Click here to read the article!

Rabbi Meir Shapiro sits in the library of the Chachmei Lublin Yeshiva in a photograph taken between the yeshiva's opening in 1930 and his death in 1933. The fate of the yeshiva's library under the Nazis is a subject of mystery. (Courtesy Grodzka Gate-NN Theater Center)

The Lublin Yeshiva Library was thought to be destroyed by the Nazis. Then its books started turning up.

(JTA) For decades after World War II, a famed Jewish house of study in Poland was consigned to oblivion. The Nazis set fire to thousands of books stored at the Chachmei Lublin Yeshiva in 1939, the popular story went, leaving no trace of its enormous library even as its students were sent to their deaths.

Click here to read the article!

New York Nosh

Lucky Rabbit Noodles serves matzah ball soup dumplings as part of its Asian-fusion noodles and dumpling menu. (Julia Gergely)

Matzah ball soup dumplings, a mashup of Ashkenazi and Asian cuisines, are on offer at this Brooklyn eatery

(New York Jewish Week) — What do you get when you combine two of New York City’s most iconic foods, matzah ball soup and Chinese dumplings? You get exactly what it sounds like: a mouth-watering franken-nosh that’s at once familiar and innovative.

Click here to read the article!

The Zahav hummus recipe, now available at 150 Whole Foods locations, contains just six ingredients: tehina, chickpeas, lemon juice, salt, cumin and garlic.(Michael Persico)

Michael Solomonov’s famous Zahav hummus now available

at Whole Foods — 

with kosher certification

(JTA) — Israeli-American celebrity chef Michael Solomonov’s renowned hummus has only been available in his Philadelphia and New York City restaurants — until now. Hummus using the recipe from Zahav, Solomonov’s flagship Philadelphia restaurant, is now available at over 150 Whole Foods stores.

Click here to read the article!

Historical New York

There are two shtiebels, or tiny Orthodox shuls, at 233 East Broadway, including Agudath Israel Youth of Manhattan, which is facing an uncertain future. (Jon Kalish)

A tiny Orthodox synagogue, a relic of the old Jewish Lower East Side, struggles to survive

(New York Jewish Week) — One of the few surviving congregations on a block of the Lower East Side once known as “Shtiebel Row” is in danger of losing its minyan, the quorum of 10 men above bar mitzvah age needed to recite certain prayers. If — or perhaps more likely, when — that happens, the small Orthodox house of worship known as Agudath Israel Youth of Manhattan will likely cease to exist, leaving just a handful of small synagogues, or shtiebels (Yiddish for “little rooms”) remaining on a stretch of East Broadway that once had more than 50.

Click here to read the article!

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Reaching over 25,000 Families

New York Metro Region Newsletter

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Affinity Groups & Webinars

FJMC Affinity Groups & Webinars are open to all.

Israel On My Mind:

“Live” Direct from Israel

Soroka Hospital in the Negev

With Dr. Shlomi Codish, Director General, Soroka Medical Center, Be'er Sheva

Sunday, February 18, 2024

at 12PM ET

Moderated by Steven Mandel, MD

Click here to register!

Join us for a new Cooking Webinar

Wednesday, February 7, 2024

at 9pm ET

With Larry Klioze

Click here to register!

Join us for Yiddish Lite!

Beginner's Yiddish Group

Alternate Tuesday Evenings

Tuesday, February 13, 2024

at 8pm ET

Hosted by Al Davis

Click here to register!

Join us for Yiddish Alive!

Advanced Yiddish Group

Monday, February 19, 2024

at 8pm ET

Hosted by Jeffrey Newton, Joe Rotstein,

Esther Scheer and Barry Wagner

Click here to register!

Join us for Pride & Prejudice

Wednesday, February 21, 2024

at 8pm ET

Hosted by Stephe Sturman

Click here to register!

Forest Hills Jewish Center has gone above and beyond when it comes to creating a welcoming and inclusive environment. Tonight’s webinar will feature members of Forest Hills Jewish Center, detailing how FHJC has embraced the concept of inclusion and how it has enriched their synagogue community.

Join us Live from Israel

for Sports Affinity with David Kufeld

Thursday, February 22, 2024

at 8pm ET

Click here to register!

Join us for Torah Talks

Thursday, March 7, 2024

at 7:30pm ET

With Norm Kurtz and Benny Sommerfeld

Click here to register!

We invite you to

check out our

new NY Metro website

Reminder: If your New York FJMC Men's Club would like an event published in the newsletter or on our website, please email it to Lisa Pollack at

New York Metro Region Newsletter edited by Lisa Pollack.

Reaching over 25,000 Families

New York Metro Region Newsletter

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