New Shluchim To Eastern Baltimore County

Rabbi Tzvi and Sarah Schectman, were recently appointed by Rabbi Shmuel Kaplan, director of Chabad-Lubavitch of Maryland, as the shluchim to Eastern Baltimore County, serving the communities of White Marsh, Perry Hall and Middle River.

Rabbi Tzvi and Sarah Schectman, were recently appointed by Rabbi Shmuel Kaplan, director of Chabad-Lubavitch of Maryland as the shluchim to Eastern Baltimore County, serving the communities of White Marsh, Perry Hall and Middle River.

Perry Hall provides for a quiet suburban life with excellent schools. White Marsh is well known throughout the region as a prime retail shopping destination and business center. The area is attractive to young families as it provides a suburban feel with an easy commute for those who work in Baltimore.

The Schectmans will provide programs and activities geared to the Jewish families living in the area. Initial programs will include Shabbos meals, Challah deliveries and family and holiday programs. Mivtzoim will also take place in the business centers in the White Marsh area. 

Over 60 people attended the inaugural Menorah Lighting at The Avenue, a popular outdoor mall and gathering space.To donate visit jewishwhitemarsh.org/donate

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