|Mark Moerdler, vice president of Cong. Darchei Noam in Fair Lawn, carries a sefer Torah under a chuppah on June 14 as the congregation moves into its new home. Photos by Ken Hilfman|
Fair Lawn’s newest Orthodox synagogue, Cong. Darchei Noam, with nearly 35 member-families, held a dedication ceremony on June 14 for its new home. The shul is now the seventh in the borough. It took nearly three years for the project to be completed, including solving a Fair Lawn Planning Board and neighborhood concern about parking. The Fair Lawn Jewish Center/Cong. B’nai Israel, located across the street, offered 25 parking spots for the shul to use.