Congregation Oheb-Shalom/
Third Jewish Synagogue

1860 - Present (located in South Orange)
The oldest remaining Jewish Temple building in Newark

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32 Prince Street

Newspaper Articles

August 8, 1909 - To Erect New Temple on High Street for the Congregation Oheb Sholom

 

From: Social Services Directory of Newark 1912

Conducts free school for children (religious). Women's Organization for social, charitable, and religious work. Hebrew and Bible School for adults. Open during the week for meetings and class work. Largely used for neighborhood meetings.

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Reverend From To
Solomon Albou 1867 1868
Max Heineman 1869 1869
A. N. Coleman 1872 1878
Charles Seineiger 1879 1879
Dr. Tintner 1880 1883
Solomon Philo 1885 1890
Wolf Willner 1890 1891
S. Rappaport 1890 1894
M Eisenberg 1892 1892
Louis Reynolds 1895 1898
Bernhard Gluck 1898 1905
Israel Schor 1898 1905
Charles I. Hoffman 1906 <1940>
     


Address From To
25, 27 Prince Street 1866 1884
30, 32 Prince Street September 14, 1884 1911
672 High Street 1911 1957
South Orange (town) 1958 Present


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