What Are Jews Doing in Germany Today?

A Story of Survival and Rebirth


The first German-born rabbi since the Holocaust 

will share the deep struggles that have contributed to the

amazing resilience of Jewish life in Germany today

An insightful evening with 
Rabbi Yitzchak Mendel Wagner


Sunday, November 20, 2016, 7:00pm
at the Chabad Jewish Center

Cost: $10 in advance / $15 at the door
Sponsorship $72 (includes 4 tickets) / $180
(includes 8 tickets)


One of Germany's youngest community rabbis, Rabbi Yitzchak Mendel Wagner is the first ordained rabbi born in Germany after the Holocaust. He is also the first rabbi in his hometown of Krefeld in more than 70 years.

Anti-Semitism, Philo-Semitism, European Secularism, and Jewish Infrastructure in Contemporary Germany, are some of the issues Rabbi Wagner will address.

Presenting many photos and fascinating personal accounts, Rabbi Wagner will provide a brief synopsis of the history of the Shoah from the perspective of the medium-sized Jewish community of Krefeld. He will then speak about the state of Jews in Germany today.

CONTACT US AT 208.853.9200 for more information.