Marking the communities continued growth, a new Mesivta opened this year in Monsey and they are already having a great year. The new Mesivta joins the existing six Shuls and two successful boy’s and girl’s schools.
Sholom and Esther Laine (Crown Heights)
1 bedroom apartment located in 446 Kingston Ave, (between Empire and Lefferts) 2 flight up with elevator, kosher kitchen, stainless steel appliances, washer/dryer hookup,
Price: $1,600. monthly
One month broker fee due at signing of lease by tenant
Shmaya and Rochi (nee Silver) Galperin (Holmdel, NJ)
Lubavitcher Yeshiva Academy first opened its doors close to 70 years ago, in a small house on Belmont Avenue in Springfield, MA as the areas first Jewish day school, providing quality secular and Judaic education for children in the Greater Springfield community. Rabbi Lavy Kosofsky and his wife, Mushkie, have relocated to Springfield from New York, to join LYA.
In preparation for Rosh Hashanah, the entire Oholei Torah sixth grade, along with their Melamdim and principal, gathered early Monday morning, B’hashkoma, to recite Selichos and daven Shacharis together.
The Chabad Shul in Ramat Bet Shemesh Gimmel, Israel, a new neighborhood planned for 5,000 families but currently housing 400 families, celebrated a grand Hachnosas Sefer Torah Sunday night.
A healthy baby boy was born today to Rabbi Naftoli and Faiga Smith, of Granada Hills, CA, exactly one year after the passing of the baby’s grandfather, Rabbi Motty Berger, OBM.
Miami-Dade detectives believe they have identified “some of the people involved” in Rabbi Yosef Raksin’s murder last month, but assert that it was not a hate crime, a local CBS affiliate reported.
Berel and Dayana (nee Habib) Rapoport (Philadelphia, PA)
Police blockades, armed bandits, flooded roads and even a cracked axle couldn’t deter volunteers of Chabad Without Borders from bringing a truck of much-needed emergency supplies to the beleaguered Jewish community in hurricane-ravaged Cabo San Lucas, on the southernmost tip of Mexico’s Baja California peninsula.
Rabbi Chaim Jacobs, director of Chabad-Lubavitch of Scotland, which just a few days ago voted to remain a part of the United Kingdom, presented this morning a gift basket to Provost Alastair Carmichael, Mayor of Eastwood, in honor of Rosh Hashanah.
After a full day of learning Nigleh and Chassidus, welcoming newly arrived friends and more, the Temimim who arrived to spend Tishrei with the Rebbe farbrenged with Shliach Rabbi Avrohom Sternberg, of New London, Connecticut, at Kollel Menachem.
Thousands turned out for the annual Jewish Music and Cultural Festival in Syracuse, NY. On hand were volunteers with Chabad of Syracuse who set up a Shofar workshop and Rosh Hashanah display.
Rayi Stern (Tarzana, CA) and Dina Abrahams (London, England)
This week’s edition of MyLife: Chassidus Applied with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, Episode 35, will air tonight, Sunday, here on CrownHeights.info beginning at 8:00pm. This week, in a special Rosh Hashanah edition, Rabbi Jacobson will address the topic: How can one experience true and lasting renewal?
Levi Gombo, owner of Gombo’s Bakery on Kingston Ave., and enthusiastic fan Yisroel Brickman pose in front of a poster advertising the establishment’s delicious line of honey-infused baked goods made specially for Rosh Hashanah.
Hundreds of worshippers gathered last night in the Marina Roscha synagogue in Moscow for the first recital of Selichos, which was preceded by a grand Malave Malka and Farbrengen.
Dozens gathered to recite the first Slichos in the Rebbe’s home on President St. The Slichos were led by the Chazzan Rabbi Zalman Baumgarten.
Hate crimes against Jews in New York City have quickly risen over the summer. The New York Post reports anti-Semitic incidents rose 35 percent by Sept. 9 compared to 2013.
On Yud daled Kislev a couple of years ago an idea was born: for a nominal fee of $100, Devorah Benjamin of KSCVK will take your name, the name of your child, friend or relative and daven at the Ohel for a shidduch. The money will go straight to KSCVK’s fund for Crown Heights Chassanim and Kallos.
On Thursday evening, Sept. 18, over a 100 women from Florida’s First Coast gathered at Chabad of Jacksonville’s Mandarin Headquarters to unite, be inspired and most of all learn to make Challah.
In the latest episode of Jew-bel-ish, Lubavitcher comedian Mendy Pellin shows off the brand-new apples for Rosh Hashanah, and does a new, sweet spin on the outdated Ice Bucket Challenge.