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The Orthodox Union Karasick Department of Synagogue Services and OU president Martin Nachimson announced that Delray Orthodox Synagogue has become an official OU member congregation.

The synagogue, located at 7319 W. Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach, is under the spiritual leadership of Rabbi Menachem Jaroslawicz.

“Delray Orthodox Synagogue is approaching its tenth anniversary of serving Delray Beach,” said the synagogue’s president, Harry Lazarus. “We recognize that the future growth of our synagogue will benefit significantly form its recent association as an OU member congregation and our recent hire of Rabbi Jaroslawicz.”

“The OU is honored to welcome the Delray Orthodox Synagogue as a member of the OU synagogue network,” said Yehuda Friedman, associate director of OU Synagogue Services. “Belonging to the OU links members of the Delray Orthodox Synagogue to a national network of Orthodox congregations and provides access to the various agencies of the OU, including NCSY, Yachad/National Jewish Council for Disabilities, OU Kosher, the OU Job Board, the Institute for Public Affairs and, of course, the Department of Community and Synagogue Engagement.”

For more information on the Delray Orthodox Synagogue, call 818-368-2221.

About the Author: Shelley Benveniste is South Florida editor of The Jewish Press.


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