We are saddened to inform you of the passing of Goldie Sussman, beloved mother of our longtime member, Stephen Sussman.
The funeral was at Louis Suburban Chapel in Fair Lawn Tuesday, Feb. 21.
Shiva will be observed at the Sussman home 849 Barbara Drive from Tuesday afternoon through Monday morning.
Minyan times as follows:
Shacharit Wednesday (2/22) and Friday (2/24) Morning- 7:15 AM
Shacharit Thursday Morning (2/23)- 7:00 AM
Shacharit Sunday Morning (2/26), Rosh Chodesh- 8:30 AM
Shacharit Monday Morning (2/27) Rosh Chodesh II- 6:45 AM
Mincha/Maariv Tuesday-Thursday, and Sunday 5:25 PM
Mincha Friday afternoon (2/24) at 2 PM.
Please note that Shacharit will not be taking place at the Jewish Center on these days, HOWEVER, Shacharit will be moved to the Sussman home to ensure a minyan.
The nightly ma'ariv will be at the Jewish Center of Teaneck at 7:30 and will continue to meet for the duration of the week, except on Sunday, when mincha/ma'ariv will meet exclusively at the Sussman home.
The family kindly requests that no visitors come from 12 PM- 1 PM, and from 6:30-7:30 PM, to allow the family time for lunch and dinner. In addition, the family kindly requests that visitors do not come after 9 PM.
If you would like to honor the memory of Goldie Sussman by contributing to The Jewish Center of Teaneck, you may do so by going to jcot.org.
May the Almighty Comfort the Bereaved amidst the Mourners of Zion and Jerusalem.
Mondays... Tanach Class at the Jewish Center of Teaneck
Tanach Study Group led by Rabbi Fridman.
From 7:45-8:30 PM (immediately following Ma'ariv at 7:30) in the Board Room and we will open our study with five weeks of analysis of Megillat Esther.
Following Purim, we will turn our attention to the very beginning of the Prophets, the Book of Joshua. We hope that you will be able to join us! Please contact the shul office at 201-833-0515 or
if you have any questions.
All are welcome.
The entrance is by the ramp on Sterling Place.
The Jewish Center of Teaneck is a modern Orthodox synagogue with daily,Shabbat and holiday services.
The Jewish Center is committed to serving the spiritual, humanitarian, educational, and social needs of our Jewish community -- young and old, men and women, from all walks of life.
The Center strives to provide uplifting religious services, a place to observe and celebrate life-cycle events, programs for lifelong Jewish learning, and social and cultural events to attract all groups of our Jewish community.
The Jewish Center of Teaneck also fosters commitment and connection to Israel and the Jewish community worldwide.
Shabbat Youth Schedule
10:45-11:15 Mommy and Me - Playroom - with Yiskah Klein
10:15-11:15 3-5 year old group - Room 108 - with Mia Yechezkel
10:15-11:15 6-8 year old group - Room 105 - with Esther Leah Mincis
10:15-11:15 3rd-5th graders- Room 105 - with Dara Zaer
Shabbat Afternoon Kids Seudah Shlishit
Join the youth of The Jewish Center of Teaneck
for a Shabbat Afternoon Kids Seudah Shlishit
We will discuss parsha, have food,
plus play time for all ages
Time: 4:25 pm, Location, 70 Sterling Place,
Meet in lobby
Enter from the ramp on Sterling Place
For any questions, please contact the office at
Rabbi Fridman's advanced Rambam Hilkhot Tefillah Shiur
8:30 am - 9:00 am at Jewish Center of Teaneck on Shabbat.
The shiur will focus on careful, textual analysis of the Rambam's presentation of the Mitzvah of Tefillah. Sources will be provided.
For more information please email
, or call the Jewish Center of Teaneck, 201-833-0515 or email