Brooklyn, NY A religious family feud is brewing in Brooklyn, where some say the best way to save a congregation is to tear down its historic synagogue.
Others are upset and fighting back in court.
Congregation Anshe Lubavitch has stood at the corner of 41st Street and 12th Avenue for more than 100 years. It’s the oldest synagogue in Borough Park.
With its ceiling painted to look like the sky and finely detailed ark, it has a rich past and an uncertain future, CBS2’s Tony Aiello reported.