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Making Judaism Accessible

Worcester Telegram & Gazette introduces local Shluchim Rabbi Michoel and Dvora Green to their readers this week. "A lot of the Jews in the last generation have had a negative experience with Judaism," they said. Chabad of Westboro has a Hebrew school for children and an abbreviated 45-minute lesson for parents. Full Story

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The Greens are wonderful!
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The Greens are wonderful!

We stayed there a couple years or so ago over Shabbos while visiting non-observant relatives. They were so welcoming, and we had a wonderful Shabbos! (I wonder how big their kinderlach must be now??) About a year later, my husband’s flight home out of Boston got canceled erev Shabbos. I made some phone calls from home, and after an hour cab ride he made it to their house two minutes before candlelighting – no luggage, toiletries or anything, LOL. Dvora, I must email you, you won’t believe where we’re living now… 🙂 My husband is learning every night and my… Read more »

Kol HaKovod to The Greens
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Kol HaKovod to The Greens

Quintessential Shluchim I’ve met shluchim from all over, and it is rare to find both the Rabbi & Rebbetzin so personable, knowledgeable and warm. Both Rabbi Michoel and Dvora welcome guests with big smiles and a sincere interest in making people feel part of Jewish life. We love going to the Sukkah party and Chanukah celebrations; Shabbos is always inspiring and we come away knowing a lot and feeling ever-closer to Yiddishkeit. We always meet a new face when we go; someone who has some interesting story how they met up with the Green’s and now they are becoming regulars… Read more »

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