Rabbi Yudi and Chana Eisenbach and their four children have moved out on Shlichus to Fair Lawn, New Jersey.
Rabbi Yudi and Chana Eisenbach, and their four children have moved out on Shlichus to Fair Lawn, New Jersey. Nestled in the heart of Bergen County, Fair Lawn is a well-established hub of Jewish life with a welcoming, flourishing community. Fair Lawn also proudly boasts a substantial Israeli population, as well as a small but growing Chabad community.
The Eisenbachs have been appointed to cater to the needs of the local Israeli community. “Israelis in particular, appreciate the Chabad approach,” says Rabbi Eisenbach, “because of its ability to reach all segments of the community and bring inspiration and relevance to everyone. We focus on what we have in common and seek to foster unity and Ahavas Yisrael – Love of our fellow Jews.”
The Eisenbachs join the ranks as the fourth family of Shluchim at Anshei Lubavitch of Fair Lawn. They are welcomed into a dynamic team under the leadership of Rabbi Levi and Leah Neubort, directors of the Anshei Lubavitch community and its highly acclaimed preschool and day camp. The team also includes Rabbi Avrohom and Rivky Bergstein, who lead the adult education initiatives, and Rabbi Eli and Ruty Steinhauser, who direct programming for youth.
The Eisenbachs were appointed by Rabbi Levi Neubort.