Rabbi Chaim Danzinger: Why This California Rabbi Moved His Family to Russia



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    Rabbi Chaim Danzinger: Why This California Rabbi Moved His Family to Russia

    Rabbi Chaim Danzinger was recently interviewed on the Inspiration for the Nation podcast, in which he talked about going on shlichus in 2008 and  selling all their belongings and moved from Pasadena, California to Rostov-on-Don, Russia with their two young children • Listen, Watch

    In 2008 Rabbi Chaim Danzinger and his wife Kaila, sold all their belongings and moved from Pasadena, California to Rostov-on-Don, Russia with their two young children.

    They made this radical move to revive Jewish life in a city that was decimated by the Nazis during the Holocaust.

    Over the past 14 years their mission has been to care for the material & spiritual needs of Rostov’s 15,000 Jews. More than they have inspired their community; their community inspires them. Rabbi Chaim shares the remarkable stories he hears – with the world.

    They operate a day school, 150-year-old historical synagogue, soup kitchen, a national special needs organization, camps and many other vital programs.

    You can learn more about their work on their website: www.jewishrostov.com

     

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