Marking 50 years since the Rebbe launched the ‘Tefillin campaign,’ Rabbi Shmuel Lew was invited to come to Yeshiva Gedola Lubavitch of London to share his memories and personal stories from 50 years ago, in the lead up to the Six Day War, and how the world reacted to it.
A farbrengen was held in 770 last night, Wednesday, the 14th of Iyar, in honor of Pesach Sheini, with the attendance of Rabbonim, Mashpi’im, Anash and Bochurim.
Members of the Lubavitch community in Montreal gathered together last night on 28 Nissan, 26 years after the Rebbe gave over to his Chassidim the task of “doing all you can to bring Moshiach.”
Hundreds gathered last night, Thursday, for a Farbrengen in honor of Yud Aleph Nissan, the Rebbe’s birthday, in the main Shul of 770.
The Lubavitch community of Paris gathered last night at the Beis Chaya Mushka girls’ school for a Farbrengen marking the 115th anniversary of the Rebbe’s birth, led by Rabbi Mendel Azimov and Rabbi Elchonon Marozov.
Last night, Shluchim from across the state of Maryland gathered together at Chabad of Howard County, were they were treated to a dinner followed by a farbrengen with Rabbi Yisroel Deren.
Temimim in Yeshivas Tomchei Temimim in Antwerp, Belgium, held an uplifting farbrengen marking the Yahrtzeit of noted Mashpia Rabbi Moshe Weber, OBM.
Hundreds gathered on Sunday evening in 770 for a grand Farbrengen marking Chof Beis Shvat, the Yahrtzeit of Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka, OBM.
Thousands of members of Anash, young and old, gathered in 770 last night, Monday, for a grand Farbrengen marking the auspicious day of Yud Shvat.
The International Kinus Hatmimim and Yud Shvat Farbrengen, which is taking place tonight, Monday, at 7:30pm, at Campus Chomesh in Crown Heights, can be viewed live here at Crownheights.info, courtesy of Chabad.org.
On Motzei Shabbos, the Lubavitch community of Montreal, Canada, gathered in the main Shul for a Farbrengen and Melave Malka marking Yud Shvat, led by the Mashpia Rabbi Sholom Dovber Cohen, which lasted until the early hours of the morning.
Rabbi Asher Zeilingold, longtime leader of Adath Israel synagogue in S. Paul, MN, farbrenged at Yeshiva Gedolah of Greater Miami.
Some 200 Bochurim and Anash gathered Motzei Shabbos at the Kolel in Crown Heights for a fascinating presentation on the Rebbe’s early years, including his childhood and youth.
Many gathered in 770 on Motzai Shabbos for a Farbrengen in honor of Chof Daled Teves, the day of the Yohrtzeit of the Alter Rebbe.
Hei Teves, the Chag Hageulah of our generation, was marked in Minnesota with a truly memorable evening of inspiration and growth. Over 120 men, women, and children gathered in Lubavitch House in West S. Paul, where a festive, multi-course, gourmet seudah was enjoyed.
The Montreal Chabad community gathered to celebrate Hey Teves – the day a Federal Judge affirmed the Chabad movement’s ownership of the Frierdiker Rebbe’s library – with a grand Seudah on Tuesday evening.
In Honor of Hey Teives, this past Tuesday a seudas hodo’oh and farbrengen were held at the Od Yosef Chai Centre in London, attended by over 400 men, women and children. Attending the event was attorney Nathan Lewin, who told the story of Hey Teves from an insider’s perspective (full video in the extended article).
Marking 30 years to the chasiddims victory in the ‘Seforim Case’ hundreds gathered in Beis Rivkah Campus Chomesh and marked the occasion with a farbrengen in which they heard from a notable guest, Mr. Seth Waxman who was one of the lawyers who argued the case on behalf of Chabad.
Rabbi Herschel Raskin of Montreal was the guest speaker at a Farbrengen in Paris, France, last night in honor of Hey Teves.
Over 300 people participated in Chicago’s annual Yud Tes Kislev farbrengen, which was held on Monday Night at The Bellows Center-F.R.E.E. of Chicago.
Thousands of members of the Jewish community of Paris, France, gathered together Monday night for a Farbrengen in honor of Yud Tes Kislev, led by Rabbi Mendel Azimov.
Hundreds came to join in the main Yud Tes Kislev Farbrengen that was held in the center of Moscow under the auspices of the Chief Rabbi of Russia, Rabbi Berl Lazar.