Sholom

Some articles on sholom:

Sholom Noach Berezovsky
... Rabbi Sholom Noach Berezovsky (Hebrew שלום נח ברזובסקי‎ August 8, 1911 – August 8, 2000) served as Slonimer Rebbe from 1981 until his death ... his teachings which he published as a series of books entitled Nesivos Sholom ... A leading non-chasidic rosh yeshiva has referred to the Nesivos Sholom as the "Mesillat Yesharim of our times" ...
B'rith Sholom
... The Independent Order Brith Sholom (Hebrew "Covenant of Peace") is a Jewish fraternal organization, principally active in the early 20th Century ... York City, 1917-1918, in that year, Brith Sholom had 378 lodges nationwide that included 52,596 members, and had 88 lodges in New York City alone, including ...
B'nai Sholom Temple
... B’nai Sholom Temple is a synagogue in Quincy, Illinois ... The B’nai Sholom Congregation in Quincy dates from 1852 ...
Congregation Rodeph Sholom (Manhattan) - History
... The first building constructed by Rodeph Sholom, at 8 Clinton Street on the Lower East Side in 1853, is still in use by Congregation Chasam Sopher ... Rodeph Sholom moved to Lexington Avenue and 63rd Street, to a new Victorian Romanesque building designed by D ... In 1930, Rodeph Sholom moved to its present location at 7 West 83rd Street on the Upper West Side ...
Congregation Adath Israel Brith Sholom - History
... Brith Sholom, Louisville's third oldest synagogue, was organized in 1880 ... In 1976, Adath Israel merged with Brith Sholom ... it was organized as Adath Israel Brith Sholom, it held services in the Brith Sholom building ...