Hillel at Binghamton’s Koach community participates in World Wide Wrap

World Wide Wrap participants posed for a group picture. L-r: Alli Penfil, junior, director of Koach at Binghamton; Yael David, senior, president of Hillel at Binghamton; Bella Rubinton, sophomore; Scott Landman, freshman; Eric Leiderman, senior, co-founder and director of Masorti on Campus; Hannah Lorman, freshman; Eliana Horwitz, junior, Hillel’s director of Shabbat experience; Yoni Dahlen, JTS rabbinic fellow; Bradley Goldman, freshman; and Ilana Forchheimer, sophomore.

Members of Hillel at Binghamton participated in the World Wide Wrap on February 7. The World Wide Wrap is a project from the Federation of Jewish Men’s Clubs to bring Jewish men and women around the world together in prayer and learning, and to put on tefillin.

This year, Masorti on Campus partnered with FJMC to bring program to college campuses. Hillel at Binghamton University’s Koach community, a traditional-egalitarian community, which is supported by MoC, held a Shacharit service on February 7. A dozen students woke up early on Sunday morning to make sure there was a minyan.