38 min

The Ukrainian Refugees Spearheading Humanitarian Efforts for Ukrainian Jews, With Rabbi Mendel Moskovitz The Future of Jewish

    • Judaism

Rabbi Mendel Moskovitz was born in New York and, at the age of 6 months, moved with his parents to serve as Chabad emissaries and rebuild Jewish life in Kharkiv, Ukraine, after the Soviet Union fell.

Rabbi Moskovitz studied abroad for 10 years in a yeshiva and rabbinical school in Australia, and then returned with his wife to Kharkiv. There he raised three children, and served as a rabbi to Ukrainian youth for seven years, until the onset of the current war in Ukraine.

Rabbi Moskovitz, currently seeking refuge in Israel, is now serving as an ambassador for the Jewish Relief Network Ukraine, a nonprofit organization providing humanitarian relief to more than 30,000 Jews and others in Ukraine.

The Future of Jewish is a podcast hosted by Joshua Hoffman, the founder of JOOL. In each episode, Joshua is joined by top leaders, thinkers, and doers who are paving the path for a promising Jewish future.

Rabbi Mendel Moskovitz was born in New York and, at the age of 6 months, moved with his parents to serve as Chabad emissaries and rebuild Jewish life in Kharkiv, Ukraine, after the Soviet Union fell.

Rabbi Moskovitz studied abroad for 10 years in a yeshiva and rabbinical school in Australia, and then returned with his wife to Kharkiv. There he raised three children, and served as a rabbi to Ukrainian youth for seven years, until the onset of the current war in Ukraine.

Rabbi Moskovitz, currently seeking refuge in Israel, is now serving as an ambassador for the Jewish Relief Network Ukraine, a nonprofit organization providing humanitarian relief to more than 30,000 Jews and others in Ukraine.

The Future of Jewish is a podcast hosted by Joshua Hoffman, the founder of JOOL. In each episode, Joshua is joined by top leaders, thinkers, and doers who are paving the path for a promising Jewish future.

38 min