We are proud members of the Jewish faith with roots in an unbroken chain over 3,000 years old; a chain that binds us to Jews the world over. We are also proud members of the Columbus Jewish community; one that opened its heart to those most vulnerable, both in our parochial and greater community.
This community embraced me when I came to Columbus on the wave of immigration from Eastern Europe in 1921. I was born in the Ukraine at the onset of World War I. Martin, fortunately, was born in Columbus in the heart of what is now German Village.
With much gratitude, we want to pay our dues and give back some of what was shared with us. We hope we have in some small way paid our “rent” for the privilege of living in this great community.