Nosson’s Shul, the Shul founded in memory of Nosson Deitsch obm, is celebrating the grand opening of their new state-of-the-art Shul and Community Center in South Crown Heights on Sunday.
The building, located at 579 Brooklyn Avenue near Midwood Street, will serve as the epicenter of the rapidly growing South Crown Heights community.
The grand opening event will take place Sunday, the first night of Chanukah, at 4:00 PM, and will include a grand public Menorah lighting. The entire community is invited to attend.
The 8,000 square-foot corner property, on Brooklyn and Midwood, houses a beautiful new Shul, educational classrooms, state-of-the-art kitchen, recreational space, and kids program area.
The Shul is led by Rabbi Chaim Yisroel Wilhelm, an educator at Oholei Torah in Crown Heights.
Ahead of the grand opening, he thanked all those who brought the project to fruition.
“The Rebbe wanted to expand Crown Heights, and spoke about making a building for a Shul that is permanent, not just a rental,” Rabbi Wilhelm told COLlive.com. “The new Shul and Community Center will serve as a Mikdash M’at in the neighborhood, giving life and light to our growing, vibrant community.”
To continue to support Nosson’s Shul, visit Nossonsshul.com/donate.