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Shluchim Converting the Hipsters

Today's New York Observer reports on the young Chabad Shluchim who pitch to the colonizers of Boho Brooklyn. It interviews rabbis Menachem Heller of Bushwick, Ari Kirschenbaum and Tali Frankel of Prospect Heights, Avrom Tov Chakoff of Dumbo, and Dov Pinson of Carroll Gardens Full Story

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Just shows how much more shluchim can go out in NY
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Just shows how much more shluchim can go out in NY

Tzach, wake up!!!!

there's leadership
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there's leadership

these guys didn’t simply throw a dart at the dartboard and move into unknown areas on good personal hunches. r. shimon hecht was the pioneer who moved to park slope and began making anchored ortho-judaism a reality. he moved there when no one did and worked many years against the hipsters philosophy to enable today’s chabad’s growing scene. (he now has a booming rejuvinated shul, several children’s educational centers, mikva, etc) on the shoulders of hecht’s work and with his support and planning, the others followed his lead and dropped anchor. funny that this article makes no mention of that… Read more »

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wow

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