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Rabbi & Rebbetzin Feinstein

Rabbi & Rebbetzin Feinstein

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Rabbi Michoel Feinstein

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Co-Director, Chabad of the Bay Area 
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Rabbi Michoel Feinstein

Rabbi Michoel Feinstein, co-director of Chabad of the Bay Area, grew up in Skokie, IL and was especially involved in the Jewish community of Wilmette. He has studied at the Rabbinical College of Canada Tomchei Temimim Lubavitch in Montreal, as well as at the Rabbinical College of America in Morristown, NJ, before receiving Rabbinic ordination from the Central Yeshivah Tomchei Temimim Lubavitch at Chabad-Lubavitch World Headquarters. 

In 2007, he married his wife, Esty, with whom he has four wonderful boys. Before moving to Green Bay, Rabbi Feinstein lectured extensively in the U.S. and Canada to a wide range of congregations on many different subject matters. 

 

Rebbetzin Esty Feinstein

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Co-Director, Chabad of the Bay Area 
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Rebbetzin Esty Feinstein

Mrs. Esty Feinstein, co-director of Chabad of the Bay Area, is the daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Morrison, co-directors of the Troy Chabad Center. She grew up with her ten siblings in Troy, NY, attending high-school at Associated Beth Rivka School in Crown Heights and continuing her education in Montreal. 

In 2007, she married her husband, Michoel, with whom she has four wonderful boys. Before moving to Green Bay, she taught and directed several schools and summer camps, developing curriculum and training other teachers and educators. 

 

In 2010, they and their family moved to Green Bay, WI to establish Chabad of the Bay Area to serve the Jewish community of Northeastern Wisconsin. Chabad of the Bay Area is the center for any and all things Jewish for anyone, regardless of background or experience. 

To date, Chabad of the Bay Area provides one-on-one and group classes on the Torah, Chassidic philosophy, the Holidays, Hebrew, as well as prayer services, chaplaincy, and other community events. Rabbi Feinstein and his wife hope to continue providing for the spiritual and physical needs of the Jewish community in the area and expanding their scope of assistance.

 

 

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