Radlett united by Lubav­itch

The Jewish Chronicle - - COMMUNITY NEWS -

LUBAV­ITCH’S HIGH street premises in Radlett opened with a dis­play of in­ter-de­nom­i­na­tional unity.

Mezu­zot were af­fixed to the build­ing by Hertsmere Mayor Charles Goldstein, Rabbi Leivi Su­dak of Edg­ware Lubav­itch, Rabbi Paul Freed­man of Radlett Re­form Syn­a­gogue and Radlett United Syn­a­gogue min­is­ter and vice-chair Rabbi Jonathan Hughes and Stephen Gross­man.

Lo­cated promi­nently in the for­mer Post Of­fice build­ing, the cen­tre of­fers visi­tors hot drink and kosher snack op­tions to eat in or take away. They can also browse or buy Ju­daica and gifts.

The premises will ad­di­tion­ally be used for after-school clubs and in­for­mal cour­ses and dis­cus­sion groups for chil­dren and teenagers.

Rabbi Sendy Dubrawsky, who heads the cen­tre, thanked the many peo­ple who had helped to make it a re­al­ity and said it would “en­hance the com­mu­nity of Radlett and be­yond”.

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