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TAPinto Franklin Township Meet the Leaders Series: Rabbi Eli L. Garfinkel

March 14, 2017

 

FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, NJ - This year TAPinto Franklin Township will be running a series called "Meet The Leaders.” The objective is to provide our readers an opportunity to hear from Franklin Township’s leaders in government, public safety, education, houses of worship and other areas, regarding Franklin Township’s present and future outlook.  

Each ...

Franklin Township: Bethel United African Church hosts 'Know your Rights' workshop

FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, NJ - Bethel United African Church hosted Lucia E. Perpina, Esq. for a workshop designed to help immigrants know and understand their rights this past Sunday.  

"A lot of people are not getting due process because they don't know their rights," Perpina said. Perpina is an attorney that specializes in criminal, civil, school/education, and immigration ...

Franklin Township: Temple Beth El of Somerset to Host Prayer of Solidarity and Brotherhood

FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, NJ - A solidarity prayer will be held at Temple Beth El, 1489 Hamilton Ave. Somerset this Saturday at 11 a.m. 

"In light of the recent unprecedented increase in hate crimes against the Jewish and Muslim community across the nation the Franklin Township Interfaith Coalition is happy to announce we will host a solidarity prayer to reaffirm our ...

Houses of Worship in Franklin Township - Buddhist Vihara Meditation Center

FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, NJ - Do you have questions about Buddhism or wanted to learn how to meditate? If so, the New Jersey Buddhist Vihara and Meditation Center may have answers for you.

"The basic philosophy of Buddhism is to do good, not evil, and improve your mind," center member Ravi Karunaratne said.

The New Jersey Buddhist Vihara and Meditation Center was established in ...

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Community Members celebrates Nowruz, the Persian New Year!

March 16, 2017

Nowruz , literally mean “ New Day”, has been celebrated for over 3000 years in western Asia, central Asia, the Caucasus, the black Sea Basin and the Balkans. It marks the first day of spring. Nowruz is a public holiday in many countries, including Afghanistan, Albania, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Iran, Iraq, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and it is also celebrated in Pakistan and ...