In The News
Read about The Bialystoker Synagogue in these publications:In Conversation with Rabbi Zvi Romm. HaModia Inyan Magazine, January 13, 2016
Rabbi Mordechai Greenberg, Rosh Yeshiva of Yeshivat Kerem B'Yavneh, gave a shiur on June 10, 2013 at the shul. Rabbi and Rebbetzin Romm were honored at a dinner at the Museum of Jewish Heritage on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the yeshiva.
Generating Merit for our Forebears. HaModia Magazine, October 10, 2012.
Spotlight on Communities: The Lower East Side. HaModia Inyan Magazine, July 30, 2012.
Laying the Foundation. HaModia Shul Supplement. pp.28-29.
The Synagogue that Doesn’t Just Pray for Your Health by T. Kilgore. Grand Street News.
3 New York Area Shuls Chosen As Grant Recipients for New OU Outreach Program. OU News.
The Relentless Teacher by Yori Yanover. Grand Street News.
Seward Park 2007 by Moshe
The New Lower East Side by Hilary Larson. The Jewish Week.
The Bialystoker Shul: Singles Events in a Magnificent, Historical Setting by Rivkie Lichstein. Jewish Voice and Opinion.
Forbes Magazine lists the Lower East Side as the fourth best neighborhood in the nation in which to buy real estate. Forbes.
Vayachanu vayisau by Reuven Gafni. (Hebrew article about the Lower East Side and the Bialystoker Synagogue). Makor Rishon.
125 Years of Prayer by Helen Zelon. Grand Street News.
Sukkot Across America at Seward Park by Pat Arnow. LOHO Blog.
Young Bialystoker rabbi teaches tolerance and passion by Marvin Greisman. The Villager.
It's Not Dynamic, It's Bialystok by Jonathan Mark. The Jewish Week.
Synagogue Launches Kindergarten Program by Mordechai Leib. Grand Street News.
Jewish Life Downtown by Yitzchok A. Dawidowicz. The Jewish Week.
Bialystoker Celebrates 125th Anniversary, Installs Rabbi, Honors Speaker by Jack E. Dell. Grand Street News.
Mazal Tov by Richard McBee.
Local Orthodox Leader Preaching Moderation and Cooperation by Yori Yanover. Grand Street News.
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