Rabbi Noach Weinberg zt”l: Pictures & Video

February 6, 2009

Words can not describe the feelings that I, along with the entire Jewish people, are experiencing upon the loss of Reb Noach. I am certain that over the next couple of weeks, there will be throngs of individuals who will come forward to share stories about the greatness of Rabbi Weinberg zt”l.

And so, in the spirit of “pictures say a thousand words” I’d like to share with you some of the images that I captured this afternoon. I feel fortunate to be counted amongst the many who attended this levayah and showed respect to a luminary whom we have forever lost.

On another note, if one is interested in viewing the speech that Rabbi Yitzchak Berkowitz shlita delivered at the levayah please click here.

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4 Responses to “Rabbi Noach Weinberg zt”l: Pictures & Video”

  1. Chana Jenny Weisberg on February 6th, 2009 1:29 am

    What a tremendous loss for the Jewish people! There are few others in the generation who gave so much to Am Yisrael. What a model for how to be a true Oved Hashem.

  2. Anonymous on February 6th, 2009 1:57 am

    R’ Noach Weinberg was the most amazing Rabbis was one of the I’ve ever met and would like to share the encounter. I was traveling to a friend’s Wedding and at the wedding R’ Weinberg introduced himself to me and I said my name. I asked him if I could ask him a “quick question”? How can I become inspired and grow? I was thinking of calling it a night. He told me to go back to the Wedding and enjoy the Simcha and participate in the Mitzvah of Sameach Chasson V’Kallah. His unique in the moment answer to not miss an opportunity too miss a Mitzvah is a lesson for ALL Klal Yisrael. Let’s just say the everything that trip worked out for the best. R’ Noach Weinberg will truly be missed Baruch Dayan HaEmet.

  3. Rikki on February 8th, 2009 12:05 am

    I can’t believe it!!!!!!!
    Rabbi was one of those few people who did so much for every Jew and I have no doubt that his passing will be mechaper on the many sins of am yisrael and be a melamed zchus in shamayim!!!!

  4. Shane Ronay on February 9th, 2009 8:34 am

    Though Reb Noach was incredibly gifted in numerous areas, and indisputably a gadol b’torah, it was his deep-seated understanding of the need to save Klal Yisrael from assimilation that made him such a magnetic force in kiruv. His words are as consistent today as they were decades ago, with sincerity and commitment that transcends mere words.

    His driving force to encourage and nurture others stemmed from understanding his personal gifts (the ability to simplify complex concepts, the ability to effectively communicate to the Everyman, etc.), and his inner desire to help the Jewish People allowed him to build and maintain successful institutions and “stand up many students”. He didn’t hold himself as anyone special, which was a key to enabling him to become so relatable to diverse individuals.

    Every Jew was his brother or sister who needed assistance.

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