Here are a few letters about experiences that people had at Chabad, we are sharing them with you so you can see for yourself how we fulfill our mission. Don’t just take our word for it, scroll below and read it in their own words!


Moving in general is challenging enough; moving during a pandemic is harder then we ever imagined!

Yet despite social distancing and safety precautions, the Chabad of Penn Wynne community found creative ways to make us feel warmly welcomed.

We began taking Rabbi Brennan's online JLI course, which is highly informative and excellently presented.  It helped us ease into the community before things started opening up more.

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With heart and soul

Before my mother's passing, she mentioned how much she valued the warmth and joy exuding from Rabbi's children whom she would often see at the JCC.

Rabbi Brennan's sweet family would always share wide smiles and kind words with Mom.  These simple and short interactions later played a significant role in ensuring Mom received a proper Jewish burial. 

With her passing, I was devastated.  I didn't know where to go or what to do - emotionally or practically. 

But Mom's appreciation for the Brennan children inspired me to reach out to the Rabbi for his assistance. 

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With Appreciation

We met Rabbi Moshe Brennan on Rosh HaShannah this year, when he came to our apartment complex in order for us to participate in the mitzvah of hearing the shofar.

Since then, he has become a true friend, and constantly seeks to  involve us in community events and mitzvah opportunities. 

We were so touched when he and his lovely wife Devorah hosted us in their family Sukkah, and we were uplifted and inspired when attending a Torah class. 

But nothing prepared us for the love and dedication we witnessed during Chanukkah.

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