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Chabad on Campus Centre to Open at Liverpool University

Friday, 26 March, 2010 - 12:02 am

n1.jpgLiverpool University is to get a new Chabad house for students, bringing the total number of Chabad on Campus centres throughout the UK to eleven.
In the coming academic term, Rabbi Shmuly Brown, from Manchester, and his wife Tzivia, from Israel (pictured above), will welcome students providing a ‘home away from home’, as well as offering a full programme of exciting events, including weekly Friday night Shabbat dinners, educational classes and social programmes.
The establishment of Chabad at Liverpool University makes Chabad on Campus one of the largest permanent providers of Jewish life for students in the UK with centres spanning the country from Brighton to Edinburgh.

Rabbi & Mrs. Brown will be working in conjunction with Lubavitch of Liverpool's Rabbi Avremi and Golda Kievman. "This is an excellent appointment, and we welcome warmly Rabbi & Mrs Brown to the team of Lubavitch in Liverpool," said Rabbi Kievman who has worked in the city for the past 17 years.

Rabbi Eli Brackman, chairman of Chabad on Campus UK, explained that the "major expansion of Chabad on campus UK over the last few years reflects the urgent need to support Jewish students on campus in the UK at a time when they are facing unprecedented challenges and rising assimilation."

The major growth of Chabad on Campus UK has been made possible due to the generous philanthropic support of David Slager.


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