Relevant, interesting, and uplifting, the newly restored and subtitled farbrengen Rebbe is now available for order. Copies have already been shipped out to all JEMClub and FarbengenClub members.
As Rabbi Yitzi Hurwitz and his family prepared to head back to California, they held a kumzitz at a family members home in Crown Heights that lasted well into the night. Rabbi Yitzi flew home Wednesday morning.
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The state of California has taken what lawmakers and religious-rights activists around the nation are calling an enormous step forward in ensuring that Jewish residents are able to practice their faith freely with the governor signing into law a bill that protects their right to place a mezuzah on their doorposts.
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When Rabbi Leivi Sudak’s flight from London to New York was diverted to a small town in Newfoundland, Canada, he recalled the holy Baal Shem Tov’s teaching that wherever you go, you are led by Divine providence.
In recent years, a custom has become prevalent among Anash: The study of the kvius – a year of Sichos and Maamarim that coincides with the set-up of this year’s calendar. The Rebbe’s Farbrengens often open with an explanation of the parshah, date of the month, and also the connection between the two, and therefore, those farbrengens have a special relevance when the kvius recurs. In honor of the new upcoming year, 5780, two new Seforim of this year’s kvius have been published.
The need is tremendous on Grand Bahama island. In addition to potable water, food, personal-hygiene supplies, shelter and clothing local residents crave the knowledge that someone cares.
Chaim Weiss is about to enter his junior year of high school at a yeshivah in Far Rockaway, New York, with a summer experience under his belt that will rival that of most of his classmates. The sixteen-year-old was the youngest of a team of four cyclists who completed a six week, 3,100 mile ride across the breadth of the USA last Sunday raising $33,000. A fifth had to drop out along the way due to injury.
In an effort to expand their impact and make the Daily Torah Study accessible to thousands more people Chayenu is holding its first ever fundraising raffle for the prize of $10,000 cash!
A Jewish victim of the Santa Barbara boat disaster was scheduled to be buried on Monday in New Jersey thanks to the Misaskim organization and rabbis from Chabad-Lubavitch and Agudath Israel of America.
Professor Deborah Lipstadt was selected as the honored recipient of the Jewish Hero Award at this year’s National Jewish Retreat. The award honors her lifelong efforts to combat ignorance and denial of the facts and scale of the Holocaust, and her written, spoken, and legal efforts on behalf of the victims.
On Thursday, August 29th, 2019, 80 years since the establishment of the Beth El Synagogue in Panama and 25 years since Rabbi Aron Laine, began serving as the Spiritual leader there, the community honored him and his wife, Rebetzin Freadel, for their dedication to the community.
As fans of the New York Jets gathered to tailgate before the team kicked off their season in MetLife Stadium, a group of Jewish fans brought a more spiritual take to the festivities. Armed with tefillin and a shofar, Rabbi Eli Goodman of Chabad of the Beaches led a group of congregants in what is being dubbed the “Tefillin Tailgate.”
A Chabad teenager who nearly lost her life, claiming vaping ruined her lungs, has started a campaign to warn people of the dangers of e-cigarettes – all while she lay in her hospital bed.
On his visit to New York, Rabbi Yitzi Hurwitz, Shliach to Tamacula California who is battling ALS, visited the Rebe’s Ohel in Queens. He travelled to New York for his youngest sons’ Bar Mitzvah.
A Chabad synagogue in Yonkers, New York, has received $100,000 to improve its security infrastructure. The funding was granted by the Federal Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
Just as a new family of Shluchim settled into their home, they received the terrible news that their three year old daughter was diagnosed with leukemia. Join with Anash and Shluchim across the globe in helping raise money for the family.
Rabbi Yitzi Hurwitz, Shliach to Temacula California, attended his sons Bar Mitzvah in Crown Heights Motzai Shabbos. The event took place at Lubavitcher Yeshiva, and attracted hundreds to the Simcha.
In the most recent Headlines Podcast, which discusses Halachic Debates of Current Events, the podcast spoke with six Shlchim from Six continents on The incredible impact and Mesiras Nefesh of Shiluchus.
GQ.com, a men’s fashion website, profiled Lubavitch bespoke tailor Rabbi Yosel Tiefenbrun. GQ.com is the second such website to profile the sought after tailor, with The New York Times profiling him in earlier this summer.
Since this week is the anniversary of the Rebbe Rashab’s wedding, I chose to post this chapter from my upcoming biography on him. It is being posted l’zecher nishmas Reb Tzvi ben Reb Volf, whose yahrzeit was this past Tuesday, Gimmel Elul.
As Hurricane Dorian was unleashing its unimaginable devastation on the Bahamas earlier this week, Rabbi Sholom and Sheera Bluming, co-directors of Chabad of the Bahamas, hunkered down in the capital city of Nassau, making phone calls to residents, galvanizing the community, coordinating with government aid officials and rallying volunteers during their country’s time of need.
Yeshivas Lubavitch Cincinnati, directed by Rabbi Gershon Avtzon, welcomed the Talmidei Hashluchim for the new Shnas Halimmudim. Divrei Torah and Hisorerus were shared by the Talmidei Hashluchim, local shluchim and Chavrei Hanhalla.