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    Global Family Health & Halacha Virtual Conference

    Sunday, May 2nd (All day)
    We are excited to join Nishmat's Miriam Glaubach Center and Mizrachi Canada in an unprecedented event: the Global Family Health & Halacha Virtual Conference. From May 2-5, 2021, we will strengthen ourselves, our relationships and our health. Conversations with Nishmat Yoatzot Halacha, rabbis, rebbetzins, medical and mental health professionals and community leaders will focus on our spiritual, emotional and physical well-being, as individuals and in our closest relationships. Our advanced conferencing platform will simulate being together in person, as best as we can in these unconventional times. For more information and to register, see www.healthandhalacha.com.

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Rabbi Moshe Portnoy zt"l

Please click here to Read an Article about Rabbi Portnoy

written by his daughter Chevi for his 10th Yahrzeit

 
 
Rabbi Moshe Portnoy led our community from 1980 - 2004. Rabbi Portnoy inspired our community and spearheaded the growth of our shul into a vibrant kehila of over 150 families. Our Rav was a key driver in three shul expansions, the building of our Eruv, and the construction of our Mikveh. Rabbi Portnoy was known for his genuine sincerity and dedication to all. He is survived by his wife, Rebbetzin Shelly Portnoy, and their five children and many grandchildren.
 
In 2004 the Young Israel of Plainview dedicated a Torah in honor of Rabbi Portnoy.
 
In 2005 the Beit Midrash Library was dedicated in memory of Rabbi Portnoy.
 
Dedication of Rabbi Portnoy Torah ~ Rabbi Moshe Portnoy Library
 
 
 
Wed, April 21 2021 9 Iyyar 5781