After 44 Years, Rabbi Miller Leaves Anshe Emeth

July 4, 2018

NEW BRUNSWICK - It was 1974. The Sting and The Exorcist were in the movie theaters. President Richard Nixon resigned from office, and Rabbi Bennett Miller was in his first year at Anshe Emeth Memorial Temple.

“I expected to be here three to five years,” Miller said.

He remained much longer, starting as assistant rabbi and continuing until last month, when he retired as elder ...

Running with a Mission: Local Church Helps to "Speed the Light" with Color Fun Run

EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - The sky was blue.  The grass was green. The people were purple, orange, pink, and yellow.

Last week's Color Fun Run, hosted by the Lighthouse Christian Fellowship of East Brunswick, showed a local faith community at their colorful best as dozens of folks ran and walked a course that began at Playhouse 22 and continued through Heavenly Farms. 

All of the ...

Dozens of Highland Park Residents Rally Against Recent ICE Detainment of Neighbor, Father of 4

HIGHLAND PARK, NJ - Dozens of community members rallied in front of The Reformed Church of Highland Park on Friday afternoon to voice their opposition towards the recent detainment of local resident Cloyd Edralin by the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

The rally was planned just four days after Edralin, 47, a green card holder from the Philippines and father to four children who are ...

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