The Bris Avrohom Center in Hillside will hold “One Nation, One Torah,” its 41st annual dinner, on November 8.
Kevin S. Corbett, president and CEO of NJ Transit will receive the Community Service award.
The celebration is a whole day affair, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., enabling attendees to participate in writing letters of a new Torah, the Bris Avrohom Unity Torah scroll.
The dinner, which will follow all social distancing guidelines, will be held in a tent in the front of the shul. Guests must wear face masks at all times. Only 15 couples per hour will be permitted into the tent and every couple will have their own table. Tablecloths will be changed in between each seating. The dinner food will be plated and prepackaged so attendees will take dinner to go.
Bris Avrohom has branches in Jersey City, Hillside, Fair Lawn, Brooklyn, and Zhitomir, Ukraine. For reservations and to book a time slot, call (908) 289-0770 or go to BrisAvrohom.org.