Passover Guide 2015 (includes Product List and Mechirat Chametz)
Passover Product List 2015
Sale of Chametz Form 2015
Effective October 3, 2014:
The Buffalo Vaad Hakashrus
website is up
Effective March 29, 2012:
The Amherst Eruv is up!
The Eruv, at about 20 miles around, is one of the larger eruvim in North America.
Click here to see the borders of the Eruv
living in close proximity to any of the borders should speak to their
Rav or to Rabbi Taub to know where they may walk. Please note that the
hotels along Flint Rd are not yet in the Eruv; we hope to expand soon so as to include them. (The Residence Inn is in the Eruv).
moving to Buffalo? Going to school
here? click here for
for a fact
sheet on hotels, kosher food, etc., including map and directions
Niagara Falls, Ontario, now open
Hot dogs/Falafel (under
the Va'ad Hakashrus of Buffalo, Mashgiach Tamidi, effective
05/22/11; updated 07/23/14)
Two locations at the
at North Bailey has converted entire bakery to
supervised kosher under the Va'ad Hakashrus of Buffalo.
check stamps on baked goods as well as signs at the store regarding
dairy/pareve, pas yisroel/cholov yisroel, et al, status. Effective
the Maid of the Mist
Table Rock Plaza
The Young Israel of Greater
Buffalo has brought Torah-true Judaism to Western New York and Buffalo
for over 35 years. Our congregation is a diverse mix of native
Buffalonians and transplants, FFBs and baalei t'shuvah.
Located on Maple Road
in the northern suburb of Williamsville and minutes from the main
campus of the State University of New York at Buffalo, we are a
convenient stopping point for travelers from New York City and Toronto,
especially during the summer months, when our proximity to Niagara
Falls and Niagara-on-the-Lake is a big draw.
We are a growing community with much to be proud of: a
beautiful building, our beloved and
learned young Rabbi, and an atmosphere of friendship and
community that larger congregations can't match.
In addition to our services, we have all of the amenities of a larger
shul. We support three daily and Shabbat minyanim, evening classes for
men and women, Shabbat classes during the long afternoons of spring and
summer, and communal luncheons and other special programs for many of
the holidays. See the Calendar
page for daily davening times.