It feels good to be home

Thursday, 21 March, 2013 - 7:18 am

This week we moved Chabad House back to the newly renovated original location at 7037 Freret St. There is still some work left to be done and unpacking and settling back in will take time, but it feels very good to be home. All services and classes are now being held at 7037 Freret St. Once everything is complete and settled there will be time to think about a dedication ceremony and celebration.

We thank our supporters for making this new facility possible. Dedication opportunities are still available for the new facility. We would welcome the chance to discuss them with you. A proper expression of gratitude to all of the parties involved in the planning, design, consultation, construction and to the donors will be offered in its proper time.

At this time I would like to thank those that helped with the move from 1216 Broadway back to 7037 Freret St. A special thank you to Peter Seltzer, Nir Maoz, Shane and Chaim Schreiber, Max Chiz, Ezra Sackett and Yosef Rivkin. We could not have done it without you.

Pesach is a time for new beginnings and this Pesach will be special for Chabad Uptown and the new building.

Mazel Tov to Rebecca Begtrup and David Broniatowski upon their marriage this past Sunday. We wish them a life of much happiness and fulfillment as they establish a new branch of the Jewish nation.

Time is running out to sell your Chametz, please visit to do so using our online form.


Wishing you all a Shabbat Shalom and a very meaningful and joyous Pesach!

Rabbi Mendel Rivkin 

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