On Tu B’Shvat, Jewish teens were invited to an afternoon of music and inspiration with Jewish music superstar Nissim Black, hosted by the Orange County branch of NCSY (the flagship youth movement of the Orthodox Union) and JSU (Jewish Student Union, NCSY’s network of Jewish clubs at public high schools). Nissim inspired the 50 teens in attendance with the incredible story of his upbringing and journey to finding God and Judaism.He answered questions about Israel, shared his encounters with antisemitism and then treated the group to a private concert. The event was made possible by the generous support of a private donor and partnership with CTeen (Chabad Teen Network) and Tarbut V’Torah Community Day School in Irvine, Calif.

NCSY runs weekly programs for teens to connect, inspire and empower the Jewish future. To learn more about ongoing programs, contact Orange County NCSY Director Shlomo Simpser at simpsers@ncsy.org.

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NCSY
The international youth movement of the Orthodox Union (OU), is dedicated to connecting, inspiring and empowering Jewish teens and encouraging passionate Judaism through Torah and tradition. NCSY provides innovative, informal Jewish education, leadership training, retreats and summer programs that foster positive Jewish identity and connection to Israel, preparing the next generation of committed Jewish communal leaders. For more information: https://ncsy.org/
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Orthodox Union
The Orthodox Union, or Union of Jewish Congregations of America, is the voice and umbrella of American Orthodox Jewry. As the community’s umbrella organization, the OU is at the forefront of advocacy on both state and federal levels, with programs that reach from high school and college to seniors to provide programming that empowers their lives as Americans and Jews. For more information: https://www.ou.org/
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