Chabad of Moldova has welcomed a new group of Bochurim Shluchim, who will spread Judaism while studying for Semicha Rabbinical ordination.
Chabad of Moldova has just welcomed a second group of Talmidim HaShluchim to Kishinev.
The names of the new Bochurim are: Menachem Gotsel, Shmuel Zalmanov, Mendy Erentroy, Ariel Balon and Arie Greenberg.
The Shluchim will take an active role in strengthening Yidishkeit. In both the main Jewish community in Moldova’s capital, Kishinev, and in surrounding cities in Moldova.
During their time in Moldova, they will continue training to receive the title of “Rabbi” with the corresponding Semicha certificate.
“We are excited to welcome the Talmidei Hashluchim, as no doubt they will help bring much joy and Yiddishkeit to the community,” said Rabbi Zushe Abelsky, director of Chabad of Moldova.