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Yom HaZikaron & Yom HaAtzmaut

May 1, 2017 - Over 200 guests attended the Suburban Yom HaZikaron commemoration and Yom HaAtzmaut celebration lead by Rabbi Shmuel Silber. The special video presentation, shiurim and Israeli cuisine were sponsored by Justin and Rebecca Myrowitz, Todd and Ruth Heller and the Rabbi and Rebbetzin Silber.

Take a moment to watch the touching video shared last night highlighting the mesiras nefesh of our young soldiers and tune in for the special shiurim focused on the miracle of the Medinah

SHIUR 1: YOM HAZIKARON 5777
THE MOMENT EVERYTHING CHANGES

SHIUR 2: YOM HAATZMAUT 5777
CONTINUING TO DREAM

Yom HaShoah Special Video Message

March 23, 2017 - On this day of Yom HaShoah we remember the 6,000,000 precious neshamos who perished in the Holocaust.  It is our sacred duty to remember and rebuild.  May we find the courage and strength to fulfill our sacred duty.

59th Annual Banquet Highlights

Thank you to everyone who joined us for a
spectacular evening celebrating our Kehilla’s
5
9th year. It was an incredible celebration with over 350 guests showing their support for our Shul, our Institute for Jewish Continuity and our Tzorchei Tzibur honorees, Milton & Eleanor Marder and Doniel & Tzippi Goetz. We are incredibly fortunate to have a beautiful kehilla and look forward to building a greater מקדש מעט together.

Witness the deep impact of Suburban Orthodox and our Institute for Jewish Continuity:

Hear the stories of our deeply dedicated Tzorchei Tzibbur Honorees:

A League of Their Own 

Sunday, February 19, 2017

Suburban Orthodox’s newest initiative, the Baltimore Chesed League (BCL), kicked off this Sunday with 30 boys between 5th and 8th grade. Through team camaraderie and an exciting sports league format, the BCL aims to provide Jewish boys in our community with opportunities to engage in meaningful “chesed-focused” activities, encourage the development of positive middos, and ultimately, help build caring, empathic, and “mentchlich” individuals.
Participants had a chance to dive into diverse chesed opportunities including: visiting the residents of Weinberg Park, serving dinner at Sterling Hospitality, building a foosball table for the new Chai Lifeline recreation room, helping to clean and organize the Hatzalah garage, and singing and dancing at Tudor Heights. After the kickoff lunch and words of chizuk from Rabbi Silber, the six teams of boys went to their respective activities.
Each hosting organization shared how helpful, mature, and caring the boys were and how much a difference they were able to make in just one visit.
Team Team ARI Concrete coach, Moishe Abramson, shares his impressions,
“When we set out on our first Baltimore Chesed League assignment, there was a lot of excitement along with some ambivalence. The boys were enrolled in a league that set out to accomplish something so different than the typical Sunday organized sport. Our team assembled to visit Tudor Heights, a local Jewish convalescent home. With the help of their wonderful staff, the residents were gathered in the multipurpose room, awaiting visitors. Ours boys arrived in earnest and filed right in to the room, standing huddled together with the typical nervous tension of an adolescent.
A bit out of their comfort-zone, the boys introduced themselves one by one. Then, together with Yitzy Kaplowitz on guitar, we danced and sang together. It was incredibly meaningful when each boy took turns inquiring about the residents’ personal memories and stories.

What our boys did today was magnificent. If they possessed an insecurity of public speaking, or were uncomfortable dancing and singing, or if they were simply frozen at the prospect of approaching an 80-something year old and asking how they were doing or how their day was; it didn’t show. The boys approached the challenge with poise and conviction, setting aside their own person to help and bring joy to another. As with any sport, the struggle was there, but the victory was all the more sweet. Instead of their success resulting from besting another challenger, their achievement resulted in the bolstering, building up, and bring joy to complete strangers.”

Yom Ha'atzmaut at Suburban

 

Jewish Caring Network 5k

 

Tue, June 27 2017 3 Tammuz 5777