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Chabad Lubavitch Brighton

Hove, East Sussex

 

 

   


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 Centre Data

Name:

Chabad Lubavitch Birmingham(i)

also known as Chabad Brighton and Lubavitch of Brighton

formerly Brighton Lubavitch Foundation(ii)

Address:

Chabad House, 15 The Upper Drive, Hove BN3 6GR(iii)

Formation:

Formed January 1987(iv)

Current Status:

Active

Ritual:

Ashkenazi Orthodox - Lubavitch

Affiliation:

A branch of Chabad-Lubavitch UK

Website:

https://lubavitchbrighton.com

Directors:

Rabbi Pesach Efune and Rebbetzen Penina Efune from 1979 to present (August 2022)(vii).

Charitable Status:

Chabad Lubavitch Brighton is a registered charity, no. 1192014, registered on 28 October 2020.(viii)

Chabad on Campus:(ix)

Name - Chabad at South East Coast Universities

Address - 14 Richmond Terrace, Brighton BN2 9SA

Established - 2006

Website - https://www.chabadsussex.org

Directors - Rabbi Zalman and Shterna Lewis, from 2006 to present (August 2022)

Legal/Charitable Status: name Chabad Lubavitch South East Counties Ltd; charitable company no. 07652293 incorporated on 31 May 2011;  registered charity no. 1144438, registered on 26 October 2011.(x)

 

Institutions closely connected with
Chabad Lubavitch Brighton

  • Torah Academy Jewish Primary School, established by Rabbi and Penina Efune in September 1988. In 1999, it amalgamated with Yavneh Nursery and continued to operate until July 2007, when it closed due to declining numbers.(xi)

  • Torah Montessori Nursery (JeMs Nursery), established in 2007 following the closure of the Torah Academy, the manager and head teacher is Penina Efune. It is situated at 29-31 New Church Road, Hove, BN3 4AD.(xii)

 

Notes & Sources
( returns to text above)

  • (i) Brighton Jewry 250 - An anthology of the Brighton & Hove Jewish Community 1766-2016) edited by Godfrey Gould and Michael Cook, (2016) ("Brighton Jewry 250"), includes a section on Lubavitch Brighton - pp.104/5.

  • (ii) Listed under this name in Jewish Year Books to 2005.

  • (iii) This is the address listed in all Jewish Year Books and appears on the organisation's website, last accessed August 2022.

  • (iv) Organisation's website, accessed August 2022.

  • (v) and (vi) Reserved.

  • (vii) Organisation's website, last accessed August 2022. Listed as director in Jewish Year Books from 1988.

  • (viii) Charity Commission website, accessed August 2022.

  • (ix) Chabad Brighton's website, accessed August 2022.

  • (x) Charity Commission website, accessed August 2022.

  • (xi) Brighton Jewry 250, p.105 and Chabad Brighton's website. It was listed in Jewish Year Books from 1991 through 2009.

  • (xii) Brighton Jewry 250, p.105 and Chabad Brighton's and JeMs websites. It was listed in Jewish Year Books from 2010.

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