New Shluchim to Paramus, New Jersey

Rabbi Levi and Mussi Marasow will be moving to Paramus to broaden and develop the scope and reach of Chabad activities under the direction of shluchim Rabbi Moshe and Zeesy Grossbaum.

Just a few miles west of the George Washington Bridge lies the bustling borough of Paramus, NJ. Home to nearly 30,000 residents, a sizeable percentage of whom are Jewish, Paramus is a place with great people and great opportunity. Aside from its local population, Paramus is the number one shopping zip code in the country, and is home to several Jewish schools servicing the entire county.

Enter Chabad.

In 2002, Shluchim Rabbi Moshe and Zeesy Grossbaum made Paramus their home. They set about engaging the local community, and ultimately found their niche directing the Friendship Circle of Bergen County, reaching hundreds of children, teenagers, and families of children with special needs each year.
As time passed, it became clear that there was a need to delegate the responsibility for the local Paramus community, to maximize the impact of each Shlichus.

The dawn of a new era: Rabbi Levi and Mussi Marasow, along with their baby Chana, will be moving to Paramus to broaden and develop the scope and reach of Chabad activities. While the Marasows will be primarily focusing on engaging the locals, Paramus is also home to multiple hospitals, retirement homes, busy commercial corridors (you know that Trader Joe’s on the way to the country?), and much more, providing even more avenues for reaching Yidden at all walks of life.

“As we set out to embark on this momentous venture, we turn to our friends, family, and the greater public, who appreciate the Rebbe’s vision for a world filled with goodness and the light of Yiddishkeit. We ask for your support in launching Chabad of Paramus to great heights,” Rabbi Marasow said. “We are an independent non-profit organization, and are financially self-sufficient, so your support will ensure that Chabad of Paramus has the means to reach every Jew. We invite you to join us as we embark on this journey, bringing Moshiach closer- one Jew at a time.”

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