Photos: Sholem Srugo
The North of Crown Heights was thrilled to celebrate the grand reopening of The Lincoln Place Shul and Beis Hamedrash.
The Shul has undergone major renovations and is now one of the newest and most beautiful shuls in Crown Heights.
The Lincoln Place Shul and Beis Hamedrash is a vibrant shul which opened 4 years ago and is located in the North of Crown Heights. It has a traditional Chabad atmosphere, serving members from all backgrounds.
The Shul hosts weekly Shiurim and events for men and has gatherings and workshops for women and children.
The shul is located 1185 Lincoln Place between Albany and Troy and is led by Rabbi Meyer Shushan.
The reopening event began with a conclusion of Tractacte Nazir by Mr. Shmuel Salfati, one of the Rabbi’s close friends who sponsored a sumptuous meal to honor the occasion.
The event was honored with the attendance of Mr. Simon Chetrit (New York, NY) a well-respected philanthropist and Torah-study partner with the shul’s Rabbi.
Mr. Chetrit, whose love for Torah and Mitsvot is known by all, spoke with heartfelt words to the crowd about the importance of setting times for Torah learning and giving Tzedaka.
Some of the Shul’s sponsors present at the event were honored and spoke about their love for Torah outreach, even to faraway locations, and their will to expand the shul and its activities.
For the last few years, the Shul has been founding and expanding Torah and Tanya classes in locations such as Engelwood NJ, Westchester, NY, Monroe, NY, allowing many to discover and enjoy the Tanya and Chassidus perspectives.
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