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Casa Grande, AZ 85122
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Nov. 28 - Dec. 6
Daily Thought
“And Abraham was elderly, come into days.” (Genesis 24:1) Abraham, we are told, was not just elderly, but “come into days.” Meaning, he had entered into his days, every one of them. Whatever it was he needed to do, whether to teach wisdom or to graze sheep, to throw himself into fire or to feed hungry strangers, to command or to obey, to love or to fight—in every act of life...
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Chabad of Casa Grande is a home where every Jew is welcome, regardless of religious affiliation or background. We strive to create a warm, welcoming and non judgmental environment to explore more about our Jewish heritage.

Rabbi Moshe and Chaya Sasonkin have moved to Casa Grande and are looking forward to meet and connect with Jews and to create a sense of Jewish community and pride.

Please reach out to us, we'd love to meet you!
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About Rabbi Moshe & Chaya Sasonkin

Rabbi Moshe Sasonkin was born in Youngstown, Ohio where his parents served as directors of Chabad of Youngstown. They later relocated to Patchogue, NY to establish a Chabad Center. Rabbi Moshe Sasonkin received his education in Israel,and in Rabbinical College of Quebec, Canada. He then received Rabbinical ordination in Brooklyn, NY and had an internship at a Chabad Yeshiva in Argentina. Rabbi Moshe Sasonkin's experience of outreach has taken him worldwide from India to New Mexico.

Mrs Chaya Sasonkin grew up in Tucson, AZ where her parents serve as the directors of Chabad on River strengthening Jewish life. She has studied in Chicago, IL and in Jerusalem, Israel. Chaya has dedicated herself to Jewish community outreach throughout the US including Bethesda, MA, Birmingham, Alabama, Plano, Texas and in Victoria, British Columbia.

After visiting Casa Grande, AZ in 2020 Rabbi Moshe & Chaya Sasonkin decided to relocate and establish a Chabad Center and a home for Jewish life.
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Learning & Inspiration
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  • How to Live LifeAll of her years were equal, parallel, identical, even-steven for good? Is this possible? Read More
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