Submissions

If you are involved with our community (you do not have to be member) of Shomrei Emunah, we welcome your submissions!

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Guidelines:

  1. Posts must be related to Judaism, Jewish thought, Jewish identity or Jewish events in the local area or about the people of Congregation Shomrei Emunah or the synagogue.
  2. Posts may be creative writing or artwork.
  3. Please, no harsh content or personally critical statements.
  4. Please no content which wouldn’t be “G” rated.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Blog Co-Editors:

Sarita Eisenberg

Sarita Eisenberg

Sarita is co-editor of ShomreiWeek (weekly newsletter) and the Kol Emunah Blog. She holds a Ph.D. in Language Science and is an associate professor in the Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders at Montclair State University. She lives in Montclair with her husband Lou Hammerman.
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John Lasiter

John Lasiter

John has been at Shomrei Emunah since 2006. He's the designer and co-editor of ShomreiWeek (weekly newsletter) and Kol Emunah Blog. He's a graphic/web designer and a theater lighting designer. When he's not designing graphics and posters for Shomrei he's sometimes in some far-flung corner of the country working on musicals and plays. He lives in Montclair with his wife Adrienne and children, Sam and Elliot.
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Print Edition Editor:

Sarita Eisenberg

Sarita Eisenberg

Sarita is co-editor of ShomreiWeek (weekly newsletter) and the Kol Emunah Blog. She holds a Ph.D. in Language Science and is an associate professor in the Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders at Montclair State University. She lives in Montclair with her husband Lou Hammerman.
Sarita Eisenberg

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One thought on “Submissions

  1. Gut Shabbos! I hope this finds my family and friends at Shomrei Emunah in good health during this time of ‘ social distancing ‘. I look forward to the near future when this is a memory, and we are back happily together and enjoying each other in our normal settings. Until then, we can remember the good times and patiently look forward to more and the pleasures of Spring and Summer. For now, chad Pesach samech; I will be seeing everyone very soon. It is times of this nature that reminds us how blessed we truly are, on a constant basis while in the company of friends and family and even while spending time quietly in the outdoors. Will be seeing everyone soon; goodbye for now!

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