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Religions and Spirituality

April 1, 2022

LIVINGSTON, NJ — With permission from Livingston’s Senior, Youth & Leisure Services department, Chinese resident Tianhua Han hosted the Qing Ming ritual of burning joss paper with two small fire pits set up at the Livingston Memorial Oval near the gazebo last weekend. According to Han, who ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — At time of uncertainty around the world and as a war rages overseas, thousands of Jews in Livingston will “Celebrate Shabbat @Home” on Friday evening, April 1, to pray for peace, blessing and light as part of a new initiative coordinated between the Chabad of Livingston and ...

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MORRISTOWN, NJ - To celebrate the season of Hanukkah, a car Menorah Parade rolled through Morris and Essex Counties on Monday evening.  The parade departed from the Rabbinical College in Morristown and traveled on Whippany Road to Route 10 ending up at the Friendship Circle- LifeTown in ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — The 414 students of Livingston's Hillside Elementary School were recently treated to a special celebration of “Diwali,” or “The Festival Of Lights,” through carious Indian traditions that included art, music, decorations and educational activities for all ages. As a New Jersey ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — Rabbi Max Edwards will be installed as assistant rabbi of Temple B’nai Abraham (TBA) in Livingston during Friday evening services on Oct. 29. Edwards started his position over the summer of 2021 after being ordained in June by Hebrew College of Newton, Mass. In addition to ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — At the request of the Hindu Community of Greater Livingston, established earlier this year in order to “bring together the Hindu community in festivals, celebrations, volunteer service and youth activities,” the Livingston Township Council has designated October 2021 as Hindu ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — Twenty pints of blood were donated at Temple B’nai Abraham (TBA) in Livingston during its blood drive on Aug. 30 during the first blood drive the synagogue was able to host since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic  Over the last 18 months, hospitals across the county, state ...

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