Day 2 of the International Kinus Hashluchos began with a hearty breakfast at Oholei Torah, followed by morning sessions at Leonardo Plaza in Great Neck, New York.
Daily Archives: February 8, 2018
Members of the 1976-77 class in Tomchei Temimim Brunoy, France are gathering for a reunion this Shabbos. Classmates came from all over the world, including Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brasil, Canada, France, Israel, the Netherlands and the U.S.
Paris Anash community marked Chof Beis Shvat with a farbrengen in the Beis Chaya Mushka community center and school. The farbrenged with area Shluchim.
Ahead of of Oholei Torahs massive fundraising campaign – which is titled “What is Breitkeit?” – they explain the meaning behind the word, and what the Rebbe used it for.
A Chabad Shliach, who is the head of religious services at a Kosher rehab facility, is joining in to help break the taboo of substance abuse within the orthodox Jewish communities. “When the number of addiction cases are increasing then we are at crises levels,” he said in an interview to Fox News, which doing a feature on a “kosher” addiction recovery center in New Jersey.
Chabad houses near and far are currently running their own Build-a-Bear inspired workshops with a twist: cuddly challah pillows. The event, designed by CKids of Merkos 302, teaches children about the ancient origins of Challah and its deeper connection with Shabbos.
Mr. Bernard Perrin is a businessman and a supporter of Chabad in England. He was interviewed in March of 2015.
Thousands of Shluchos from around the world are in Crown Heights for their annual five day conference – the International Kinus Hashluchos – which is taking place over the coming days. Shluchos registered and already began partaking in workshops and Farbrengens.