Rabbi Yitzchak and Miriam Sebbag have moved to the city of Be’er Sheva to serve as the needs of the city’s English speaking community.
Rabbi Yitzchak and Miriam Sebbag have moved to the city of Be’er Sheva as Chabad shluchim catering to English speakers. Located on the northern edge of the Negev desert, Be’er Sheva is one of the fastest-growing cities in Israel. They will be working under the Head Shliach to Be’er Sheva Rabbi Zalman Gorelik.
The couple will work to serve the diverse needs of Anglos in Be’er Sheva, with a special focus on reaching new immigrants, students, and unaffiliated individuals.
Merging their capabilities with the existing community leaders’, they will also strengthen and add to the programs and infrastructure already provided by the Anglo Chabad of Be’er Sheva.
The new Shluchim will need support from the community, and with your help, they will continue to see much success and bring nachas to the Rebbe!
To support the new Shluchim to Be’er Sheva, visit ezrat.org/gare