This hassid will surprise you

Fusing technology and God, the modest Emunah Center seeks to impact the world’s consciousness.

By RIVKAH LAMBERT ADLER
May 11, 2016 10:51
Emunah Center

The center’s founder and inspirational leader, Rav Dror Moshe Cassouto (left), with volunteer consultant Avrum Weiss. (photo credit: COURTESY EMUNAH CENTER)

 
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It’s not much to look at, but inside the Emunah Center, a ground-floor apartment in the Rehavia neigh- borhood, lives are being changed every day. Opened in August 2015 and al- ready poised to move to a larger space this summer, the Emunah Center is the beating heart of a movement bent on transforming the consciousness of the entire world.

Emunah is Hebrew for faith. In the words of the staff of the Emunah Cen- ter, emunah is “an innate conviction, a perception of truth” that God exists, and they are determined to spread that word as far and as wide as possible.

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