Rabbi Shneor and Chanie Feigin (nee Browd) and their 3 children will establish the first Chabad Israeli Center in Phenix, Arizona.
Over the past several years, Phoenix has become home to hundreds of young Israeli families, moving to establish their lives in the capital city of Arizona. Currently, more than 2000 Israeli families are living in the greater Phoenix area, without any proper Jewish infrastructure catering to their needs.
Phoenix, the fifth-largest city in the U.S., known for its year-round sun and warm temperatures, has a rich arts-and-culture environment and is bustling with business performances, creating a welcoming environment for many new families.
Next week, Rabbi Shneor and Chanie Feigin will be moving to the city along with their 3 children, Mendel, Chaya Esther, and Avremel, to establish the city’s first Chabad Israeli Center.
Shneor grew up on Shlichus in Israel and has continued to bring the Yiddishkeit to Israeli communities ever since. He led Jewish community events for Israelis around the world, including Thailand, Peru, Vilna, Frankfurt, Guatemala, and the United States.
Since their marriage 13 years ago, Shneor and Chanie have been looking for the right opportunity and are excited to finally be able to embark on this lifelong dream.
“Immediately upon arriving, our mission is to provide the young families and local Israeli-owned businesses all the Jewish resources they need,” Rabbi Shneor Feigin said. “From holiday programs and services to children programs, food distributions, and of course a warm welcoming Jewish home.”
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