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  |  September 18, 2019

Say No to “Pay to Pray”

Rabbi Levi Brackman of Judaism in the Foothills in Colorado, is just saying no to "pay to pray" at high-holiday services. Full Story

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I think he is right
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I think he is right

This turnsoff manyJews;it is wickedness at its best, even though it may be well intentioned.

Yes! if he can get by with out these donations!
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Yes! if he can get by with out these donations!

what about all the shluchim and shuls out there who survive off of these donation for the year ?
Yes some time when pepole pay for something even though its esp. hard they appreshiate it all that much more.
even more when it says gedola tzdokah shmkareves es hageulah

Import it!
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Import it!

This is revolutionary policy that Crown Heights can do with.

Chabad - so wealthy everything's for free!!
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Chabad - so wealthy everything's for free!!

Clearly Rabbi Brackman is not affected by the credit crunch. Why oh why does Chabad continue to shoot itself in the foot by wanting to provide everything for free. How many times on this website do we read stories of hard working Shluchim who can’t put food in their children’s mouths because they are providing high-end ‘Judaism’ for free. Do baal habatim really want their rabbis to struggle so that they can have everything for free? These are people that pay for piano lessons, theatre tickets, and lovely holidays etc. yet taking advantage of what a Chabad House has to… Read more »

what?
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what?

this is simply ridiculous….it’s charity and people understand that!!

it is a good marketing scheme though!

no need
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no need

to promote yourself by putting others down just simply say your services are FREE

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