Deitsch-130.jpg Rabbi Sruli Deitsch was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, home to the famed Lubavitcher Rebbe and Central Chabad Headquarters. From a young age, Rabbi Deitsch was instilled with a love for Torah and Mitzvos, and imbued with a sense of mission and purpose to share his love for Judaism with fellow Jews.  

Rabbi Deitsch studied at Yeshivot in Brooklyn, Toronto, France, and Israel. Upon completion of his studies, he was ordained at the Central Chabad Yeshiva in Brooklyn.

 During his years as a rabbinic student, Rabbi Deitsch gained first hand experience leading Holiday programs, directing events, and teaching Torah classes. During the summer months, he held leadership positions in Jewish summer camps around the world, including, Vilna, Moscow, Canada and Virgina  

Rabbi Deitsch is not the first "pioneer" in his family. Nine of his older siblings serve Chabad communities around the USA and Canada. 


Deitsch-64.jpg Mrs. Mushka Deitsch was born and raised as a Chabad emmisary in  Atlanta, Georgia. Her parents, Rabbi Yossi and Esther Lerman are directors of Chabad of Gwinnett, Georgia. Mushka was home schooled until 7th grade, and then traveled to Brooklyn, New York to attend Beth Rivka High School. After graduating, Mushka spent a year doing advanced studies in Jerusalem.  She graduated a year later with a teachers degree from Beth Rivka Division of Higher Learning.

Growing up in Atlanta, offered Mushka the opportunity to be involved in many Chabad programs and activities. Mushka has extensive experience with youth and adult programming. With her leadership and creativity she has developed and coordinated a host of  innovative community holiday programs and youth clubs activities.

Mushka directed Camp Gan Israel for many summers, taught Hebrew School in Georgia, Long Island and Westchester. She is passionate about Judaism and excited to work with the Bronxville community and Sarah Lawrence College to bring the love and joy of Judaism to the Jewish community.

In September 2011 the Deitsch family was appointed by Rabbi Velvel Butman, executive director of Chabad Lubavitch of Westchester County, to establish and direct Chabad of Bronxville. Together with their daughters Mirel, Liba, Sara and the latest edition, Menucha, they bring their hopes and aspirations for enhancing Jewish life in Bronxville, its neighboring towns and Sarah Lawrence College.