At seven o’clock, every Monday and Thursday evening, the cell phones of over 3,000 Jewish teens around the United States and Canada buzz as they receive a text message with a Jewish question and a multiple-choice answer. JText, as the program is called, engages teens using the medium most comfortable to them, offering an opportunity to learn more about Judaism with a tap on their phones.
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Today, at the 50th Walk for Israel in Toronto Canada, Rabbi Yirmi Cohen helped hundreds of Jews put on tefillin, some for the 1st time. The photo is of M.P. Michael Levitt, one of the only Jews in the Govt. of Canada.
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As lag BeOmer nears, preparations are underway in Meron for massive crowds. The Chabad-Lubavitch representatives of Meron, Israel, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchok and Chana Ruth Halperin, are in the thick of it.
Chinuch Yaldei Hashluchim, a division of The Shluchim Office, is gearing up for their annual online Lag B’Omer parade. Families of Shluchim worldwide have signed up to create virtual floats that they will show during the parade. The floats are all on the theme of “Our Rabbeim.” They are being baked, drawn, built, and through any other creative medium.
The Mississippi Gulf Coast features more than 60 miles of sandy beaches, easy-to-spot dolphins and just one rabbi, Akiva Hall, 28, who directs Chabad of South Mississippi with his wife, Hannah.
A delegation from the Israeli Local Authorities Group, including the mayors of Gush Etzion and Metulah, made a stop by 770 on a tour sponsored by Kolot and the World Zionist Organization.
You could call “We All Belong” the swan song of the Ruderman Chabad Inclusion Initiative, a four year, $1 million effort to create a welcoming culture for those with disabilities and mental health conditions, but the all new music video is so much more than just a short-lived catchy tune.
A new booklet released by Rabbi Rephael Tennenhaus, tells of the the “warm and loving relationship between Reb Dovid Tennenhaus and the Rebbe.” the booklet features 26 personal stories.
Herman Wouk, Pulitzer Prize winner and author of several bestsellers, passed away Friday at 103. Mr. Wouk, an observant Jew, had several interactions with the Rebbe.
Thursday evening, the RCA held its Annual Gala at the Robert Treat Hotel in Newark, NJ, as 800 supporters celebrated the RCA’s glorious past and shared its exciting vision of the future.
This Sunday, the 14th of Iyar, is Pesach Sheni, the second Pesach. In temple times, Jews who were unable to bring the Paschal offering before Pesach were given the chance to make it up, by bringing it a month later on Pesach Sheni. Hear the Rebbe point out two powerful lessons we can apply to our lives, learnt out from this special day.
We present the Shalom Zochor list for the week of Shabbos Parshas Emor.
Rabbi Avtzon, a veteran mechanech and the author of numerous books on the Rebbeim and their chassidim presents this weeks story. He is available to farbreng in your community and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fires were set outside two Chabad centers in Massachusetts on Thursday night, causing damage to shingles and siding at both. A small fire had been set outside one of the centers only five days before.
In October of 2016, Rabbi Meir and Shaina (Matusof) Rapoport arrived to Galloway township to serve Jewish students at Stockton University. They purchased a property on the main street in town, a central location for students. “Chabad House–Jewish Student Center” read they hung a sign on their new door on Jimmie Leeds Road. In the end though, it was not just for students.
After six years of distributing Here’s My Story newsletters, JEM is now publishing a selection of some of the greatest in a new book entitled One by One, highlighting the Rebbe’s guidance to the individuals that came through his door.
This weekend, hundreds of adults and children from seventy five cities around the world will spend Shabbat in Crown Heights exploring the Chabad heartland.
Mr. Milek Kremer has served as a council member and as a vice chairman of the Kiryat Ono Regional Council. He was interviewed in his home in Raanana in December of 2012.
21 Children of shluchim from across German cities (Hamburg Nirenberg Cologne Essen Frankfurt Hanover Podstem Berlin Karlsruhe) had a special Shabbaton in Frankfurt together with bochurim who flew in from New York.
At the behest of the U.S. Mission to the European Union, Rabbi Michoel Rosenblum, Executive director of the EU Jewish Building (EUJB) and Rabbi of the European Synagogue, organized a round-table meeting with Civil Leaders of EU and Belgium Jewish organizations, and special envoy Elan Carr.
On the day their mikvah inauguration, Reizy Zaklas of Chabad of Zagreb, Croatia, took a break from all the hoopla to reflect with Mrs. Baila Olidort. It began by asking her if she would be willing to share some of her personal experiences leading up to this happy moment. She did, at first with the caveat that she did not want these stories published. But after some persuading, she agreed.
A charidy campaign called The Great Parade-a-Thon , where donations raised go toward local Chabad summer camps, Hebrew schools, or holiday programming. The campaign will climax in a musical Lag B’omer parade celebrating Jewish pride.