A four-alarm fire ravaged Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun, a modern Orthodox Upper East Side synagogue that was under renovation, last night, destroying the roof and heavily damaging the upper floors, according to the New York Times.
What does CKJ stand for?
CKJ stands for Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun (New York)
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A disciple of Ahad Ha'am and John Dewey, who advocated providing children with social clubs and recreation along with education, Benderly and his Bureau as well as the Central Jewish Institute of New York's Orthodox Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun played a major role in encouraging Talmud Torahs throughout the country to add everything from recreational areas, children's clubs, classes in spoken Hebrew, and libraries, to lectures for adults and, in a few cases, community synagogues.