Rabbi Mendel Dubrawsky

Rabbi Mendel Dubrawsky grew up in Brooklyn, New York, the second to youngest of seven children, and the son of Yehoshua and Assa Dubrawsky, a prolific Yiddish writer for the Algemeiner journal and personal editor of many of the talks of the Lubavitcher Rebbe o”bm. A graduate of Rabbinical college of America and the United Lubavitcher Yeshiva system, he taught for the New Haven Hebrew Day School from 1981-1983. In 1983, at the Lubavitcher Rebbe’s personal instruction, he arrived in Dallas to begin the 22 year process of building Chabad of the metroplex to what it is today. Rabbi Dubrawsky is a legend in the Dallas Jewish community, both for his glowing warmth and his tireless efforts in making sure that every single Jew in Dallas has some sort of connection to Judaism. The light of his life is his wife Baila and their eight children, Aidy, Chana, Levi, Zalman, Mussah, Manya, Tzvi and Sara.

Rabbi Moshe Naparstek

Rabbi Moshe Naparstek moved to Dallas in 2009 from California. He is married to Chana, with whom he has two beautiful children with. Rabbi Naparstek is in charge of all Adult Education and innovative projects.