Hundreds of camper packed into seven charter buses that will be taking them up to Parksville, New York in the Catskill Mountains, where they will enjoy a Chassidish and fun filled summer in Gan Israel New York.
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In a momentous display of community Achdus, the Melbourne Chabad and general community gathered for a grand Melave Malka. The sold-out event at the St Kilda Town Hall, bedecked with exquisite crystal and silver décor as befitting the occasion, boasted over 500 people in attendance.
More than 150 Shluchim from New York and New England gathered on Sunday, the 20th of Sivan, at the brand new Chabad Center in Westport, CT. The new center is a remodeled inn originally built in the early 1800s. Rabbi Yehuda Leib and Nechama Dina Kantor hosted the Kinus, which also served as a fitting Chanukas Habayis.
Zev and Bina (nee Lewis) Stiefel (Piestany, Slovakia)
Thousands more made their way to pray at the Ohel throughout the day on Sunday.
Yeshiva parents on Monday begin a “Protect Our Yeshivas” campaign in response to unrelenting attacks against their schools by anti-yeshiva activists.
JLI presents its unique one-minute video featuring a powerful and relevant message from the weekly Parsha. This week’s video for Parshas Chukas is titled: Carved in Soul.
Just over two weeks ago, hundreds of men, women and children had the opportunity to view, admire and purchase original artwork created by members of the Friendship Circle of Brooklyn.
Two people suffered gunshot wounds after shots rang out on Lefferts Avenue on Sunday evening, with many witnesses in the area and prayer services just ending at a Shul across the street.
This week’s edition of MyLife: Chassidus Applied with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, Episode 217, will air tonight, Sunday, here on CrownHeights.info, beginning at 8:00pm. This week Rabbi Jacobson will address the topics: Does It Make Sense to Spend Shabbos at the Ohel? What Takes Precedence: Supporting Local Mosdos or Shluchim? How Do I Improve My Relationship with My Mother? Is It Okay to Marry Before Fully Dealing with My Own Self-Esteem and Dependency Issues? How Can I Control the Unspoken Urge? Is Energy Physical or Spiritual?
With their newly launched online hall reservation system, Lubavitcher Yeshiva will be offering a discount to all full-time Rebbis and Morahs of Crown Heights.
This past week parents and grandparents joined together to celebrate and schepp nachas as talmidim of grade 8 graduated, culminating their studies in Oholei Torah Elementary.
Mendel (ben Chaim) Kosofsky (Longmeadow, MA) and Chana Perel (bas Aharon Noach) Grossman (Chicago, IL)
One of the many new initiatives of the Board of Directors that opened this past year, was the dedicated staff and structured program for Shiur Aleph and Beis divsion of the Beis Medrash Oholei Torah. Headed by Rabbi Nison Deitsch, the division had a most successful year, and a great interest in next year’s enrollment has been shown.
s we inform you of the passing of Chaya Dalia bas Ne’emah Yael OBM, a beloved pre-school teacher and a well know figure in the community. She passed away on Shabbos Gimmel Tammuz.
As Shabbos ended, thousands more made their way to Ohel, joining together with many who spent Shabbos in proximity to the Ohel.
Mendel Ciment (Boynton Beach, FL) and Mussie Kantor (Westport, CT)
Tens of thousands of people have been visiting the Ohel, marking 24 years since Gimmel Tammuz. At noon the Pan Kloli was read.
Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present photos of The Rebbe escorting Shluchim who were leaving to their Shlichus, 1960’s. Can you identify anyone?
Reb Menachem Mendel Dubravsky was known as an illuy (Torah genius,) and shortly after his marriage he was asked to become Rov in a certain town. Before Pesach (of that year or a subsequent year), he received a letter from the office of Tomchei Tmimim. The letter stated that the Yeshiva is looking for a Gemara (Talmud) melamed (teacher) for one of its younger grades.
This Shabbos at the Besht, Rabbi Shmuel Pevzner, the Director of Merkaz Avrechim., will lead a discussion on the topic of Hiskashrus Stronger Than Ever.
Sen. Jesse Hamilton presents Operation Survival a super-check representing a fifty thousand dollar grant from New York State to support addiction prevention programs and education.