Projects of Jewish Outreach Congregation

Projects of Jewish Outreach Congregation – Rabbi Dovid E. Eidensohn

1.       Learning Even Hoezer, laws of marriage and family

2.       Telephone conferences on the above.

3.       Fighting against forced Gittin that are invalid.

4.       A blog about the problem of invalid Gittin today and the fear that the next generation will have mamzerim in the Torah community.

5.       How to improve marriage and family life?

6.       Shalom Bayis Beth Din

7.       The crisis of gender in the Torah community, and how to resolve it.

8.       The crisis of failing students in Yeshiva.

9.       The crisis of parnoso.

       The crisis of missing Gedolim, and how those who are not Gedolim say what they want about halochose, such as Gittin, which can result in mamzeruth.

There are now crises in marriage, raising children, succeeding in school, and gender issues. Laws of Gittin are being  disregarded by people who don't know the Laws of Gittin, and this will lead to a generation filled with possible mamzerim. 

I am from the old generation. I spent hours talking to Reb Aharon Kotler, Reb Moshe Feinstein and other gedolei hador. I have semicha in having a Beth Din for Gittin from Rav Yosef Shalom Elyashev zt"l, who added that I can have his name for my Beth Din. Reb Moshe Feinstein wrote in his haskomo for my halacha seforim, "I know Rabbi Eidensohn for many years as one who delves deeply into complex halochose." The present system, as I was told by G edolei HaDor, does not work. We have to go back to chazal and make things work.

Anyone, male or female, who wants to learn about the successful way to marry, find shidduchim, succeed in Torah and have children who succeed in school, should contact me Dovid Eidensohn 845-578-1917 or email at

Time is short. Children are being born who are in danger. Anyone who is serious about helping themselves and others should become involved. We need people who will learn how to do the things that make for success and save families and children from failure. I need men and women who want to learn and help themselves and others.


Dovid Eidenso