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Before you make a decision that you might not be happy with a few years down the road, please go to the Young Israel of Aberdeen site, http://www.yiaberdeen,com, get Rabbi Tesser’s personal information, and speak with him. The 2 of you are probably in the same age bracket, so he can relate to what you’re experiencing.
Give him a shot. It won’t cost you anything. Then if you still feel different, do what you feel is best for you and your family.
I forgot to give you the Shul’s website. It’s yiaberdeen.com.
Check it out. You’ll find more information than what I just posted.
A wonderful place to move your family to is the community of Aberdeen. We’re located at exit 118 off the parkway south. It’s a 40 minute drive down Rte 9 to Lakewood or 30 minutes to exit 89C on the Pkwy. We offer very affordable homes in many different models. Our community is a complete assortment of Jews with various backgrounds. There is an eruv, a mikveh, Matawan train station 2 miles away, NJ Transit busses stop right in front of the Shul if you work in NYC, nearby schools and yeshivos, daily minyanim, Sunday Breakfast and Learn, evening minyanim at the Kollel in Cliffwood (just 3 miles away), warm, friendly and caring congregants who’ll make you feel like you’ve been living here for years, a young and vibrant Rabbi and his family whose roots are from Lakewood via Rabbi Alster’s kollel in Cliffwood, very accessible to the Garden State Parkway, NJ Turnpike, Rte 195, Outerbridge to Brooklyn, and plenty of shopping nearby. The name of the Shul is Young Israel of Aberdeen, 479 Lloyd Rd, Aberdeen 07747. The Rabbi’s name is Yaakov Tesser. His cell number is redacted Give him a call. Listen to him. He’s a straight shooter. We have everything you’re looking for, and affordable too.