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Born and raised in New York City, Rabbi Raleigh Resnick received his Rabbinical Ordination from the Chief Rabbi of Israel and his Dayanut (Judicial Law) degree from the Sydney Beth Din. A dynamic and sought after teacher and communicator, Rabbi Resnick lectures across the US and abroad. With his charisma, wisdom, and musical talent he serves as the spiritual leader of the Tri Valley's Jewish community.

Rabbi Resnick also serve as the Jewish chaplain in the Tri Valley's hospitals and as a liaison between the Jewish community and law enforcement.

Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, Fruma Resnick holds degrees in education and teaching. As founder and director of the Chabad Hebrew School and the Gan Chabad Preschool, Fruma is a passionate educator, delivers workshops to Jewish educators, and is a consultant to many Jewish educational institutions. Fruma's two acclaimed curriculums "Mitzvahs I Can Do" and "My Holiday Adventure Book'' are used in hundreds of Hebrew Schools around the world.

Fruma delivers classes, has trained over 100 Bat Mitzvah girls, hosts celebratory communal Shabbat and holiday celebrations, runs the Jewish Women's Circle, and offers personal guidance and support to the women of the Tri Valley's Jewish community.

Additionally, Fruma also sits on the executive committee of Chabad's International Conference of Shluchos.

The Resnicks live in Pleasanton together with their children - Malka, Yaakov, Shimi, Mendel, Mushka, Riva, Rachmiel, Yosef, and Zalman. 

Email Rabbi Resnick: [email protected] Email Fruma Resnick:   [email protected]
Watch Rabbi Resnick's TEDx Talk -  CLICK HERE  Rabbi's Weekly Messages - CLICK HERE
Watch / Listen to Rabbi Resnick on chabad.org - CLICK HERE Some Published Articles - CLICK HERE
Yankele's upshernish (inaugural hair cutting) video: CLICK HERE Malka's candle lighting video: CLICK HERE 
Shimi's upshernish (inaugural hair cutting) video: CLICK HERE  Mushka's candle lighting video: CLICK HERE 
Mendel's upshernish (inaugural hair cutting) video: CLICK HERE Rabbi's Winemaking Journey: CLICK HERE