Rabbi Mendy Mann

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Rabbi Mendy Mann

Rabbi Mendy Mann born and raised in Michigan, studied the Talmud, Chassidic and Jewish Philosophy, and The Code of Jewish Law at the Michigan Jewish Institute, and then proceeded to advance his studies at the Rabbinical College of America in Morristown, New Jersey. He received his Rabbinical ordination from the Central Chabad Rabbinical Court in Israel.

Rabbi Mann has taught and inspired thousands of people from all walks of life and all age groups throughout the world. He has spent summers teaching, guiding, and lifting the spirit of countless children by directing prayer, teaching classes, supervising Kosher meals, playing Jewish games, and leading inspiring Jewish activities at various summer camps in New York, Detroit, Winnepeg, and Melbourne. He has worked with teens one on one, as well as running weekly gatherings, teaching Jewish law and bar mitzvah classes, and directing outreach programs. For businessmen in Detroit, he provided guidance in regard to Jewish practices and tradition, such as putting on teffilin and installing mezuzahs, and taught classes on everything from Jewish law to holiday observances. Rabbi Mann has also delivered holiday lectures in various synagogues, arranged many farbrengens, and visited senior homes to deliver lectures and help them celebrate holidays.

The Mann's are joined by their four adorable children. With their warm smiles and friendly approach, the Mann’s are establishing wonderful rapport and strong relationships in the Milwaukee area and are working together to bring the warmth of Judaism to the homes of this wonderful and diverse community.