Aaron Slonim

Editor at Total Immersion

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Last Updated 7/25/2017

General Information

Employment History

Chabad House Director  - Meeka Levin

Affiliations

Co-Founder  - Chabad

Web References  

Urim Publications: BREAD AND FIRE: Jewish Women Find God in the Everyday

Slonim is the editor of Total Immersion: A Mikvah Anthology (Jason Aronson, 1996; Urim, 2006).
Slonim and her husband, Rabbi Aaron Slonim, have been the shluchim of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, of blessed memory, to Binghamton, NY since 1985. Together they founded and direct the Chabad House Jewish Student Center at Binghamton University. Rivkah and Aaron Slonim are the parents of nine children. On balance, however, Slonim's strategy succeeds. While writing Bread and Fire, Slonim presented her questions on the role of Jewish women to 57 Jewish women at all stages of life and in a diverse life circumstances. writes Slonim, a lecturer and Chabad shaliach, or emissary, of the Lubavitcher movement who works with her husband, Rabbi Aaron Slonim in Binghamton, N.Y. Slonim also edited "Total Immersion: A Mikvah Anthology" (Jason Aaronson, 1996, Urim, 2006). When Rivkah Slonim was a new bride, the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Menachem Mendel Schneerson, assigned her and her husband Aaron to serve as a bridge to Judaism on a large and important American university campus. Aaron Slonim had arrived from Israel, from a Hebron family, a bookish yeshiva student in a black suit. He didn't speak English.

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Bread and Fire

Slonim is the editor of Total Immersion: A Mikvah Anthology (Jason Aronson, 1996; Urim, 2006).
Slonim and her husband, Rabbi Aaron Slonim, have been the shluchim of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, of blessed memory, to Binghamton, NY since 1985. Together they founded and direct the Chabad House Jewish Student Center at Binghamton University. Rivkah and Aaron Slonim are the parents of nine children. writes Slonim, a lecturer and Chabad shaliach, or emissary, of the Lubavitcher movement who works with her husband, Rabbi Aaron Slonim in Binghamton, N.Y. Slonim also edited Total Immersion: A Mikvah Anthology (Jason Aaronson, 1996, Urim, 2006). When Rivkah Slonim was a new bride, the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Menachem Mendel Schneerson, assigned her and her husband Aaron to serve as a bridge to Judaism on a large and important American university campus. Aaron Slonim had arrived from Israel, from a Hebron family, a bookish yeshiva student in a black suit. He didn't speak English.

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Urim Publications: BREAD AND FIRE: Jewish Women Find God in the Everyday

Slonim is the editor of Total Immersion: A Mikvah Anthology (Jason Aronson, 1996; Urim, 2006).Slonim and her husband, Rabbi Aaron Slonim, have been the shluchim of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, of blessed memory, to Binghamton, NY since 1985.Together they founded and direct the Chabad House Jewish Student Center at Binghamton University.Rivkah and Aaron Slonim are the parents of nine children. On balance, however, Slonim's strategy succeeds.While writing Bread and Fire, Slonim presented her questions on the role of Jewish women to 57 Jewish women at all stages of life and in a diverse life circumstances.writes Slonim, a lecturer and Chabad shaliach, or emissary, of the Lubavitcher movement who works with her husband, Rabbi Aaron Slonim in Binghamton, N.Y. Slonim also edited "Total Immersion: A Mikvah Anthology" (Jason Aaronson, 1996, Urim, 2006). When Rivkah Slonim was a new bride, the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Menachem Mendel Schneerson, assigned her and her husband Aaron to serve as a bridge to Judaism on a large and important American university campus.Aaron Slonim had arrived from Israel, from a Hebron family, a bookish yeshiva student in a black suit.He didn't speak English.

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