Rabbi Chaim Mentz of Chabad of Bel Air, CA, joined a local Fox News panel to discuss the events in Charlottesville, the fallout and what many see as the rise of hate groups and anti-Semitism.
To help make the tefilos of the Yomim Noroim more meaningful and inspirational, Chabad.org is publishing “Reflections”, a new mini companion to the machzor.
Hotels near Madras, Oregon have been booked out for three years. Columbia, South Carolina is welcoming over one million visitors to a town of 800,000. Up to 7.4 million people will be travelling to a 70-mile wide swath of land that stretches across 14 states. As visitors flock to the path of totality, Chabad is there to assist them.
A Chabad rabbi in California is sharing a heart-warming story to cheer up Americans still reeling from last weekend’s violent neo-Nazi rally in Charlottesville.
This year’s Chabad of Greenwich’s parenting conference took an introspective journey into parenting, benefiting both parent and child.
When students return on Aug. 29 to the Lubavitch Educational Center in Miami, a good number of them will be trekking a little farther to school, settling into a new facility.
Holocaust Museum of Montana, a recently formed nonprofit by Shluchim to Bozeman Rabbi Chaim and Chavie Bruk, announced its plan to build an educational facility on 5 acres of land in the city.
After setting an amazing record of selling 2,000 sets of the sixty Seforim of Toras Menachem in under 72 hours, Vaad Hanochos Belahak was contacted by many who were upset for having missed the opportunity to purchase the set for themselves. Now, the Vaad is announcing that those who missed out can once again place orders at the same subsidized price.
Today there are no Kosher options in the entire Downtown Brooklyn area. There are also no wholesome, gourmet food carts or trucks in the area – for Kosher eaters and non-Kosher eaters alike. By using natural, minimally processed beef and serving handcrafted Burgers prepared fresh daily, JJ’s Holy Cow will shift consumer expectations of what a food cart can offer, as well as provide tens of thousands of Kosher consumers with great food.
“Look, I can speak to my grandkids with this!” Holly Cohen, a resident at Bristal Assisted Living facility, exclaims. She’s holding an iPad, a gift from her son that she’s using for the first time. Billy Gold is the middle school student who helped her navigate the software. He’s part of a committed group that visits monthly from Valley Chabad of Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey.
Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky, a personal secretary of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, recalls the eventful summer of 1956, following a tragic terror attack on the recently-founded village of Kfar Chabad that claimed the lives of five young students and their teacher.
Living Chassidus, a home away from home for women in Crown Heights, began at a Farbrengen in 2012. Mashpia Mrs. Michal Weiss realized that many single women felt lonely and lost in Crown Heights. In search for meaning and purpose, these women were turning to secular self-help books for answers, when the true answers lie in Chassidus.
From Chabad.org by Menachem Posner: Shmuel Butler just returned from Vietnam. The 21-year-old rabbinical student spent five weeks serving the needs … Continued
Close to four hundred members of the Jewish community of Curitiba, Paraná, in South Brazil, packed the “Buffet Du Batel” hall last Monday evening in celebration of an unprecedented and exciting event commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the liberation and reunification of the city of Jerusalem and the launching of the Lubavitcher Rebbe’s Tefillin Campaign.
In honor of National Senior Citizens Day, United Jewish Generations, a Chabad organization for seniors in South Florida, is collecting wise, inspirational or humorous sayings from your parents or grandparents that have impacted your life.
From Chabad.org by Faygie Levy Holt: A Jewish cemetery in St. Louis vandalized back in February—an incident that captured attention around … Continued
Hundreds of summer vacationers in Tannersville, New York, gathered in the Beis Menachem Shul for an evening of Chassidus and Nigleh marking the Yohrtzeit of The Rebbe’s father, Reb Levi Yitzchok in a special Yarchei Kallah event.
A former Crown Heights Esrog vendor has become one of the few voices of optimism this month, as those who involved in distributing and selling the prized citron express fears there won’t be enough to meet the demand this year.
Two hundred people danced through the Cairns, Australia suburb of Kewarra Beach this Sunday accompanied by a live band, a passel of photographers, and a ritual canopy. The center of all that attention? A brand-new Torah scroll.
A Russian entrepreneur has launched the initial offering of a cryptocurrency aimed primarily at the Jewish market on Wednesday that would conform to Jewish law and offer participants interest-free loans. The name of the digital currency: BitCoen.
A Sydney council which blocked the building of a Chabad synagogue it deemed a ‘terror threat’ is reportedly set to backflip on its decision in the wake of widespread outrage.