To COVID, Chabad of Springfield says, “You will not stop us!”
Coronavirus has caused many organizations and corporations to reorganize, regroup and downsize.
Not Chabad of Springfield. Earlier this week, Rabbi Mendy and Sara Turen received the keys to a beautiful new storefront in which to recreate the warm and welcoming atmosphere of the Chabad Center currently located in their home.
The location is fabulous, with almost no renovations required, and everything is in working order. Of course, use will be limited in the beginning due to the current pandemic – with much hope that they will shortly be able to return to offering in-person Torah classes, meetings, Minyanim, and events.
Between now and then, during Chanukah – the Shluchim found a fun way to gather the community, share the light, and outwit the virus at the same time. A grand car Menorah parade is being organized on Thursday, December 17th, and it will leave from the new storefront!
To partner with Chabad of Springfield and help cover the considerable costs of this new endeavor, donate here: https://goo.gl/NhjtnJ, or Cash App cash.app/$ChabadSpringfield
To find out more about Chabad of Springfield, visit: ChabadSpringfield.com
We would like to give a special ‘Thank You’ to tikvahlake.com, who generously sponsor many projects at Chabad of Springfield.