By COLlive reporter
Just coming off of the 25th anniversary of Gimmel Tammuz, Chabad of New Jersey has expanded to its 60th Moisad in the state.
Rabbi Shmuel and Mushky Wilhelm have recently founded Chabad of Florence, NJ, and will serve as the Shluchim to Bordentown, Florence and Burlington Townships.
The Wilhelms have been directing the Friendship Circle of Mercer County, NJ, for the past 10 years, and have recently expanded their activities to open the new Chabad Center as well.
The Wilhelms are opening a Chabad Center and shul, which will host multiple daily minyanim as well as an expansive library, a dining area, and recreation room.
The new Chabad Center of Florence will serve as the Jewish center for local Yidden, and will also be a home for all the of those who commute daily from Brooklyn, Monsey, and Lakewood to local businesses and warehouses.
The new shluchim are operating under the direction of Rabbi Mendy Mangel, Director of Chabad of Burlington and Camden Counties.
While the funding for the new Shul is nearly complete, they still need to raise $36,000 for renovation and moving costs.
This is an opportunity to partner with Chabad in Florence in establishing the 60th mosad in the state of New Jersey, and in honor of the 25th year since Gimmel Tammuz.
Please click here to partner with us: florencechabad.org.