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What makes authentic Torah Judaism unique when compared to any other religion is that Torah Judaism is the only religion to claim Divine revelation in front of 3 million of our ancestors. 

No other religion came make this claim.  We learn in Pirkei Avos, Chapters of the Fathers, the chain of tradition how the Torah has been transmitted from G-d to Moses; from Moses, Moshe to Joshua, Yehoshua.  From Yehoshua to the Elders, the Zekanim.  From the Elders to the Prophets, the Ne'veim.  The chain continues to this very day and this is the basis of our belief. 

We have listed below a partial list of organizations whose members believe that your past is your birthright; your future is your legacy and your present is the time to claim ownership of both.   Your Judaism; Yours for the Clicking!


http://www.partnersintorah.org/ - Partners in Torah matches Jewish adults who want to know more about their heritage with a friendly, knowledgeable mentor for an hour a week of Jewish study and discussion.  Connect with over 3,000 years of Jewish Wisdom... The cost for this program is free but the benefit is priceless.  With over 13,000 partnerships, they must be doing something right.

www.gottorah.com - Comes to you from Oorah, a Jewish outreach organization based in Lakewood, New Jersey. Oorah means Awaken and Oorah has been helping Jewish families awaken to their Jewish heritage for over 30 years.  At home instructions for living for the entire family.  All free!

www.torahspot.org - Staten Island, New York - Your Jewish home away from home. It’s about discovering what Judaism has to say about all the issues important to you - family, society and self.  It’s about meeting other Staten Island Jewish families, sharing stimulating discussion and a bite to eat in a welcoming, homey atmosphere.

www.monmouthtorahlinks.org - Is raising the level of Jewish awareness & education in the Monmouth County, New Jersey area.   Providing a wide variety of educational and social events designed to create a warm and non-judgmental environment for Jews of all ages to explore and experience their heritage.

www.jepli.org - Providing educational and recreational programming for Jewish youth ages 7-14 and their families including summer camp and year round activities based in   Long Island New York

www.aishcenter.com - Young Hip and Jewish in New York City, where Jews in their 20’s and 30’s get together to socialize, mix and mingle, all while creating a Jewish renaissance in the Big Apple.  

www.JecOnline.org - The official follow up center for Taglit-Birthright Israel in Downtown New York City.  Come on in to connect and re-connect with Birthright Israel Alumni.   Friday night Shabbat dinners and much more during the week.

www.gatewaysonline.org - Gateways mission is to empower Jews of all ages to unlock the treasure of their heritage. Dedicated to ensuring a vibrant Jewish future, our immersion learning approach enables Jews of all backgrounds to engage the richness of Jewish values and traditions while building and reinforcing their bond with the Jewish people and Israel.

www.ohrnaava.com - The signature of Ohr Naava is to provide a multitude of programs, absolutely free of charge, for women wishing to make the time to grow, change and further their Torah knowledge.  Ohr Naava is located in Brooklyn, New York.

www.centerforreturn.org - Center for Return runs lunch-and-learn programs in Downtown New York City, the financial district, as well as maintains an off-campus facility, the Bayit, in Kew Gardens, Queens, New York.  Center for Return's outreach programs make thousands of years of Jewish knowledge accessible to anyone who wants to understand what it means to be Jewish.   

www.jewishheritagecenter.com - The Jewish Heritage Center of Queens and Long Island maintains a network of Adult and Family Education Institutes at several locations throughout the Metropolitan New York area.  They offer a full array of free lectures and classes, hotel retreats, educational and social programs designed for Jews with little or no formal background in Jewish Studies.

Their comfortable non-judgmental approach provides an environment where, privately or in class settings, individuals are encouraged to question and guided to learn and grow at their own pace.      

www.hineni.org - At Hineni, their goal is to help you infuse your life with more meaning through your Jewish heritage.  Singles, couples and families all find something to help them feel at home at Hineni.  Located in    Manhattan, New York 

www.ozny.org - Ohab Zedek will guide you through an extensive menu of social, religious and educational programs. An informal, comfortable, inclusive community located in Manhattan, New York.

www.jewishexperience.org - MJE provides programming for young Jewish professionals with little or no background in Judaism who are interested in connecting more to each other, to their community, and to Judaism.     Manhattan, New York and online classes.

National Conference of Synagogue Youth, NCSY, is a world-recognized organization that has played a pivotal role in the lives of Jewish teens across the globe. With the vision of Harold and Enid Boxer, the Orthodox Union founded NCSY in 1954 to provide Jewish teens with an opportunity to build a strong connection to their Jewish roots through inspiration and leadership skills.  Branches throughout the country...

If you are a Teen or Pre-teen and want to find out more about your Judaism and what makes it special and meaningful check out www.NCSY.org 

www.westcoastncsy.com/   West Coast Region

www.nerncsy.org/  New England Region

www.ncsysr.org/  Southern Region - Georgia and more 

www.ncsyseaboard.org/  Local chapters in Maryland, Virginia and Pennsylvania

www.seattlencsy.com    Seattle Northwest Region   

www.njncsy.org   New Jersey Region

www.ncsyce.com/   Detroit area, Ohio, and Pittsburgh.

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