In recent years, an increasing number of young rabbis have been moving to congregations that are quite a distance from major Jewish population centers. Settling in small communities with little or no Jewish infrastructure, these idealistic rabbis and their wives are moser nefesh to bring Torah to Jews who often have limited Jewish knowledge. In this issue, Jewish Action salutes a few such pioneers—who are often the sole Orthodox representatives for miles—for spiritually sustaining small developing Jewish communities throughout North America.
This article was featured in the Winter 2009 issue of Jewish Action.
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