In a first, UJA leaders visit Saudi Arabia for four days of dialogue
by Jacob Miller, for Jewish Insider
Published June 28, 2022
Rabbi Soloveichik and 12 other American Jewish leaders toured Saudi Arabia to learn about Islam and teach the Saudis about Judaism on a mission to Saudi Arabia. Read about this historic visit and how our congenial rabbi advanced the mission’s goal of interfaith engagement through friendly conversations with the Saudi photographer about the best way to eat shawarma.
How Thanksgiving helped Jews carve out a piece of the American story
by Yael Buechler, for the Jewish Telegraphic Agency (JTA)
Published on Nov 22, 2021
Patriotic Manhattan synagogue has celebrated Thanksgiving since 1789
by Jon Levine, for the NY Post
Published on Nov 20, 2021
Take a (Solo) Stroll
by Will Heinrich, for the New York Times
Published on Mar 26, 2020
Our historic Chatham Square Cemetery in Lower Manhattan is one of these top recommendations for New Yorkers to pass by and appreciate when taking a safe, socially-distant walk.
What the Bible Taught Lincoln About America
by Rabbi Dr. Meir Soloveichik, for the Wall Street Journal
Published on Feb 16, 2020
In wartime, a president who once seemed indifferent to religion evolved into a theologian of liberty.