Sydney had the great honor of hosting the Chief Rabbi of Israel, Rabbi Dovid Lau, who was invited by the Sydney Beth Din to enhance and encourage Australian Jewry to continue in the footsteps of their fathers to stay strong and to flourish in Torah and Mitzvos.
Daily Archives: November 13, 2017
Retail and Customer Service Associate
As counter server, you make the day for e-biz owners, teachers and 100s of others who rely on smooth shipping and print services.
- Project calm, capable attitude while working efficiently
- Advise customers on shipping/printing
- Develop rapport with ongoing customers
- Manage/maintain equipment
- 1+ year customer interaction
- Patience and an easy smile
- Windows, MS Word, PDF
- Skill for learning functions/procedures
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After Rabbi Yitzchok Goldstein wrote to the Rebbe that he wishes to come spend Tishrei with the Rebbe in New York, the Rebbe responded. “I am with you in Madrid!” Read about this and other fascinating response of the Rebbe revealing his deep connection to his Shluchim in the extended article.
JLI presents its unique two-minute video featuring a powerful and relevant message from a timely tale. This week’s video for Parshas Toldos is titled: Insincere Charity.
In an impressive and heart-warming ceremony, a “Center for Torah Study,” the first of its kind, has opened its doors in Russia’s largest Muslim republic. Tatarstan is home to about ten thousand Jews, many of whom are members of the developed Jewish community in the capital city of Kazan under the leadership and guidance of shliach Rabbi Yitzchak Gorelik, who will also direct the new yeshiva.
On the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution, Footprints: Colorful Lives, Huge Impact, a new photo book by Dovid Zaklikowski, documents the struggles and victories of three Jewish families who lived under the Communist regime.
This year, to mark 40 years since Rosh Chodesh Kislev 5738, JEM will be presenting a beautiful 6 part WhatsApp series highlighting the events surrounding this story.
After selling out twice, the third printing of JEM’s widely acclaimed My Story is back in stock from the printer in China. And right in time for the Kinus Hashluchim this week.
It’s a tradition almost as old as the Chabad movement itself. Every year, Chabad-Lubavitch communities divide up the entire Talmud, each individual studying another tractate and celebrating a grand siyum when the effort is complete. Investment advisor Akiva Goodman enjoyed the study, but thought that some of the technology he uses in his workplace could help individuals track their learning and become inspired by the learning of others.