Kehilath Jeshurin in the Upper East Side is hosting a three part series taught by Mahart student Leah Sarna titled “Counting Time — In A Busy World, How Do We Mark What Matters?”
The timely course, featured during Sefirah, explores the various ways in which Jews count the time and the significance behind them.
Rabbi Lookstein, now emeritus, served as a rabbi of the shul since 1958. He succeeded his father, Rabbi Joseph Lookstein, in the position of senior rabbi upon his passing in 1979. He is also the emeritus principal of the Ramaz School in Manhattan.