A groundbreaking study of Chabad’s work on American college campuses nationwide was published this week, and concluded that the impact that Shluchim and Shluchos leave on their students is quite significant.
Mayer and Dini (nee Lazar) Rosenberg (Crown Heights)
ER Medical P.C.
864 Eastern Parkway
Brooklyn, NY 11213
We wish to advise our patients that for your convenience the Pediatric Office on Eastern Parkway will be open on the first and second day of Rosh Hashana (Monday October 3rd and Tuesday October 4th), 12:00pm to 5:00pm.
This is for pediatric patients under the age of 21, ONLY.
NO APPOINTMENTS NECESSARY
Wishing you and your family a Shana Tova!
Dr. E Rosen, Dr. A. Gottesman & Associates!
Aryeh and Sashie Kay (Crown Heights)
The Maggid had 120 outstanding talmidim. However, there were other great talmidei chachomim who came to the Maggid, but for reasons known to him, they weren’t accepted as his students. Some of them returned home; however, others refused to be denied. If they wouldn’t be accepted as a talmid, they would serve as a shammas. They would clean the beis hamidrash and take care of errands. They would learn from the great Maggid through serving him.
A new edition of Advice for Life: Daily Life was recently published. With a fresh design and additional material, it makes a great coffee table book and gift. In honor of the occasion, we present a story that appears in the new edition.
This Shabbos at the Besht, Rabbi Berel Levin will lead a discussion on the topic: The Halachos of Shofar.
Watch this fascinating and inspiring Shiur on Rosh Hashana by renowned lecturer and educator Rabbi Naftali Silberberg, courtesy of The Baal Shem Tov Library.
A pre-Rosh Hashana event was held in Toronto City Hall, with the attendance of Mayor John Tory and several MPPs.
CrownHeights.info and Lubavitch Archives present a unique photo of the Rebbe receiving a Pan from Reb Mendel Futerfas on Erev Rosh Hashana, 1968.
Despite a persistent threat of rain, thousands turned out and filled the parkway area in front of 770 for an hour and a half of musical entertainment in the spirit of Hakhel – the last time it would be possible in this calendar year.
As we approach Rosh Hashana, we present a letter from the Rebbe in which he explains the right and the wrong way of doing teshuva. The letter, written originally in English, is from the archives of the Rebbe’s personal trusted secretary, Rabbi Nissan Mindel.
With great sadness and a heavy heart, we inform you of the untimely passing of a young boy who inspired tens of thousands to say Tehilim and do good deeds on his behalf, Eli (Elimelech ben Menachem Mendel Malkiel) Gradon of Los Angeles, CA. He was 11 years old.
The Sefer Torah that was stolen from the Chabad Shul in the Shaarei Chessed neighborhood of Jerusalem was found and returned to its rightful owners.
A few days ago, a historic event happened in a prestigious university in France. For the very first time in the country, a Sefer Torah was inaugurated on Campus.
Members of the New Haven Lubavitch community celebrated a grand Siyum Sefer Torah this past Sunday, in the last week of Shnas Hakhel.
Chessed work in Jewish communities is hardly a new phenomenon. Free loan gemachs, meals on wheels and old-age-home visits are staples in Jewish communities worldwide, a testament to the innate Jewish qualities of charity and kindness. What is unique about the Melbourne Jewish community, however, is the scope and coordination of their volunteer programs.
Seizing the opportunity, hundreds of Tishrei guests packed into the learning hall of the Kolel to hear a Shiur from Reb Yoel Kahan, the Rebbes chozer on the topic of Rosh Hashana.
One person was killed and more than 100 people were injured, some of them critically, when a New Jersey Transit train derailed and crashed through the station in Hoboken, New Jersey, during the morning rush hour on Thursday. The train originated in Spring Valley, NY.
As “a token of gratitude to their children’s teachers,” a number of parents have gifted Tishrei in Lubavitch, the photo book portraying the Yomim Tovim with the Rebbe, to hundreds of teachers in Lubavitch educational institutions.
With Rosh Hashana falling out very late in the calendar year many of the usual ‘Shehecheyanu Fruit’ are either out of season, or net yet in season. Catering to their customers Mr. Greens went and imported many varieties from places as far as Australia and South America.
Rabbi Moshe Tendler is a Professor of Jewish Medical Ethics and a Professor of biology as well as a Rosh Yeshiva at the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary of Yeshiva University. He was interviewed by JEM’s My Encounter with the Rebbe project in Brooklyn in May of 2010.