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UOS Shabbat Shuva Drasha

Please join UOS for a Shabbat Shuva Drasha with Rabbi Sprung on Shabbat, September 23, 2023. Please note that Kuzari Chabirah will return next summer.





UOS Simchat Torah BBQ Lunch

Please join UOS for our annual Simchat Torah BBQ lunch on Sunday, October 8, 2023. Please click here - to register.




UOS Women's Simchat Torah Service

Please join us for a Women's Simchat Torah Service with Hallel and Torah reading along with Hakafot singing and dancing on Sunday, October 8, 2023 at 9:45 am in the trailer. All women and children are invited.




UOS Sukkah Social

Please join UOS to meet and mingle with UOS's new members in the Sprung's Sukkah on September 30th at 4:00 pm.




UOS Sukkah Hop

Please join us for our annual "Adults Only" Sukkah Hop on October 1, 2023 starting at 3:45 pm.





UOS Women's Rosh Chodesh Learning

Please join us for a UOS Women's Rosh Chodesh Learning. Open to women and girls 6th grade and up. Topic "Tefilla Overview".







Shabbat Project at UOS

Please join us for various programs for this years Shabbat Project. More information and registration links to come.






UOS Amazing Upcoming Schloars in Residence

Please join UOS for some amazing Scholars in Residence.

  • October 27-28, 2023: Gil Hoffman of Honest Reporting 
    Gil Hoffman is the executive director of HonestReporting, which fights for Israel in the international mainstream and social media; a lecturer on political strategy at Israel's College of Management and served for 24 years as chief political correspondent and analyst for The Jerusalem Post, where he is now a regular columnist.
    The Algemeiner website recently named him one of the top 100 people positively influencing Jewish life, alongside presidents Biden and Zelensky and prime ministers Sunak and Netanyahu.
    He was raised in Chicago, graduated Magna Cum Laude from Northwestern University's School of Journalism, and wrote for the Miami Herald and Arizona Republic before moving to Israel. 
    A reserve soldier in the IDF Spokesperson's Unit, he has lectured in every major English-speaking country in the world, more than half the Canadian provinces, and recently made history in Hawaii by becoming the first speaker to have lectured about Israel in all 50 US states. He lives with his family in Jerusalem.
  • November 17-18, 2023: Rabbi Eitan Kupietzky of the Gimmel Foundation
  • December 15-16, 2023: Mark Trencher of Nishma Research
  • February 2-4, 2024: Limmud Weekend, Rabbi Jacob J. Schacter, YU
  • Memorial Day Weekend: Rabbi Jeremy Wieder, YU Rosh Yeshiva

Shabbat, A Day To Create Yourself

Rabbi Warren Goldstein, the Chief Rabbi of South Africa and innovator of The Shabbat Project has written this new book that he is hoping will be studied by groups of people around the world. We can order as many as we like, and would just need to pay for shipping. In the first week of the announcement of this generous offer, thousands of books have been requested for study in one-on-one chavrusas, and by learning groups in person, on zoom, at family Shabbat tables, in schools, synagogues, outreach organizations and more. 

Please us know if you'd like a copy of the book and if you'd like to join a study group. Contact

This year's Shabbat Project will take place on November 3-4!

Ongoing Weekdays:

A Weekly Podcast with Rabbi Yitzchak Sprung

Take a few minutes to study the parsha with Rabbi Sprung on Thursdays from Bereshit to V'Zot Habracha. Find the Parsha Pick-Me-Up on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. You can also find the podcast at





Daf Yomi with Rabbi Yaakov Nagel

The UOSH Daf Yomi Shiur, led by Rabbi Nagel, is on Zoom Sun-Thurs 1 hour before                                                                                        Mincha, and on Wednesdays it takes place in person at UOS 45 minutes before Mincha.  Anyone interested                                                    should contact Scott Garfinkle on WhatsApp to be added to the WhatsApp announcements group and to                                                        get the zoom link.

Torah Tuesday with Rabbi Urkowitz

Join us each Tuesday at 7:30 pm for a zoom class with Rabbi Urkowitz. Please click here to join via Zoom. Meeting ID 886 1344 5184, Passcode 493556


Women's Israeli Dance

Women's Israeli dance instruction has returned to UOS! Please join instructor, Dee Jacobson on Wednesdays from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm. Registration is required for each weekly class. Please click below to register.




Students At Any Age (Thursdays, After Shacharit)

"Students At Any Age" Studying the Plsezner Rebbe's The Students Obligation.

Thursday mornings after Shacharit, with Rabbi Sprung.


Lunch and Learn with Rabbi Sprung

Please join us for our weekly Lunch and Learn series every Wednesday at 12:00  pm with Rabbi Yitzchak Sprung. We will explore "The Biblical Influence on Great American Speeches.”  Participants may  join for the class or register for lunch by clicking here. Sponsorship opportunities available. Next class begin October 11th, 2023.


A Taste of Parsha

Join us each Friday morning following Shacharit to turn Friday into Erev Shabbat by studying a short lesson from the weekly Parsha at the UOS breakfast.





Ongoing Shabbat:

UOS Shabbat Class:

Study Massechet Sotah. 1 hour before Mincha. Please contact the office for location.



UOS Kuzari Chabura

Study Rabbi Yehuda Halevi's classic statement on Jewish belief. This class takes place every Shabbos afternoon, 45 minutes before Rabbi Sprung's "Dipping into the Well" Parsha Shiur. 


UOS Dipping into the Well

Study with Rabbi Sprung as we explore the Torah's text, the writings of its greatest interpreters, and the lessons we may take from them. On Shabbat, 45 minutes before Mincha.



UOS Shabbat Class:

Study Gemara with David Silberman, after Mincha in the trailer.



Additional Events Links

Please click here to view the unveiling for Cantor Irving Dean

Please click here to view the memorial service for Cantor Irving Dean

Please click here for the recent presentation by Gittel Francis and click here for the slides

Mon, September 25 2023 10 Tishrei 5784