Yehuda Green Performs At ‘Sushi, Spirit And Song’ Event For Torah Links

Havdalah and Kumzitz With Yehuda Green For Torah Links East Brunswick picVIDEO: This past Motzei Shabbos, Torah Links of East Brunswick, under the guidance of Rabbi Shlomo Landau and Rabbi Dovid Gross, hosted a ‘Sushi, Spirit and Song’ event for close to 150 people looking to come closer to Yiddishkeit. The event, held at the Social Hall of Young Israel of East Brunswick, was highlighted by a unique Havdalah and Kumzitz with world renowned composer and singer Yehuda Green.

“Yidden from all walks of life – Frum and non Frum alike – were dancing, singing and enjoying Yehuda’s down to earth yet very spiritual style”, the East Brunswick Director Rabbi Shlomo Landau tells TLS. “The evening embodied the Torah Links mission, connecting all Jews with the beauty of Yiddishkeit, and inspiring acheinu bnei Yisroel to feel a kesher to H”KBH”, he said.

One participant remarked that this was their first encounter with Jewish music and that while they did not understand all the lyrics being sung, they felt a deep spiritual connection to the music and were moved in a holy and special way

Holding the two-foot Havdalah candle is Joseph Segal, son of OB/GYN Josh Segal of Lakewood.

Torah Links, a Kiruv organization, was founded approximately 13 years ago and has locations in East Brunswick, Cherry Hill and Marlboro NJ. Their audience includes all Jews, regardless of affiliation, who are seeking more meaning and inspiration in their lives.

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