A grand outdoor Simchas Beis Hashoeva took place in Monsey on Sunday Chol Hamoed Sukkos, where thousands of men, women and children participated in dancing, singing and celebrating Zman Simchaseinu.
A Simchas Beis Hashoeva celebration was organized on 13th Avenue in the heart of Boro Park by the local chapter of Heichal Menachem. The event was attended by thousands, who danced joyously into the late hours of the night.
Following the formal panel of the Shluchim sent by the Rebbe to Eretz Yisroel in 1956 following the deadly terror attack on a Kfar Chabad School, the jam-packed Oholei Torah Zal emptied out slightly, some tables were moved together, and a Chasidisher Farbrengen comenced with those remaining, which lasted until the early hours of the morning.
Thousands of Tishrei guests, Shluchim and Anash participated Sunday night in the historic panel and first time reunion of the first group of Shluchim the Rebbe sent to Eretz Yisroel in 1956, following a harrowing terror attack in Kfar Chabad.
The Jews of Kiev, from young to old, celebrated the holiday of Sukkos with a variety of activities that were even more successful than the Shluchim themselves could have imagined.
Under the auspices of Shaul and Beverly Spigler, Jews all across Rural and Regional Australia were able to participate in record breaking Jewish programs during the Month of Tishrei.
Simchas Beis Hashoeva on Monday evening in Crown Heights began with early music and dancing specially catered to children. Beginning at 7:00pm, Fitche Benshimon — accompanied by a boys’ choir — played music to the delight of hundreds of children who joyously danced with their parents.
Chabad of Orange County, directed by Rabbi Pesach and Chana Burston, held a community “Shakshukah in the Sukkah” at the Burston home in Monroe, New York. The event featured a gourmet Israeli Breakfast spread, a dynamic fire show, and enabled more than 100 people to partake in the mitzvos of Sukkos.
An enormous sukka that can fit about 1,000 people was built just outside of Moscow’s Jewish Community Center in the Marina Roscha neighborhood.
Jews of all backgrounds descended upon Crown Heights Sunday night to partake in Simchas Beis Hashoeva — the Simcha commemorating the drawing of the water in the times of the Beis Hamikdash. The live music and joyous dancing continued until sunrise.
A massive sukkah was erected in the courtyard of Bais Rivkah by the Vaad Hatmimim, and now serves as the main “dining room” for the thousands of guests who arrived for Tishrei, after they outgrew the other Sukkahs in Kehot’s courtyard and elsewhere.
Montreal’s Chabad community celebrated Simchas Beis HaShoeva on Motzai Shabbos in front of the Lubavitch Yeshiva with live music, cotton candy, popcorn and a barbecue.
Outgrowing the small building courtyard on Empire Boulevard, the “Yemenite Simchas Beis Hashoeva” moved to the large hall at Lubavitcher Yeshiva and with hundreds in attendance they danced all evening to the tunes true to their Yemenite heritage.
Vladivostok’s Beit Sima synagogue celebrated its 100th-anniversary last week. It is the only synagogue in Primorsky Krai region and the oldest functioning synagogue in all of Russia’s Far-East.
Thousands flocked to Crown Heights to participate in the first gathering of Simchas Beis Hashuevah accompanied by live music on Kingston Avenue in Crown Heights.
This Sukkos, close to 100 young men and women from Melbourne’s Young-Yeshivah community gathered for a Simchas Beis Hashoevah BBQ Bash Party. Young-Yeshivah is a vibrant satellite community of Melbourne’s Yeshivah Centre, and caters for singles, couples and families ranging from the not-yet-twenties through the past-thirties.
CrownHeights.info photographer Sholem Srugo captured the hustle and bustle of Sukkos preparations in Crown Heights through the lens of his camera.
Locals and visitors bustle about on Kingston Ave., searching for the perfect set of Lulav and Esrog as the Yomtov of Sukkos approaches. Photographer Sholem Srugo captured the scene.
The students of Rabbi Vogel’s 7th grade class at Lubavitch Yeshiva-Crown St. spent this short week before Sukkos on a special project. Every 2-3 boys had a different theme connected with Sukkos, which they had to bring out with a creative project from what they learned about it in class.
A unique and historic panel of speakers came together yesterday and spent hours discussing and revealing details involving the repeating, editing and printing the Sichos and Farbrengens of the Rebbe, with thousands of Bochurim in attendance.
Six new Bochurim have arrived to a new Smicha (Rabbinical Course) program which will take place at the Tzemach Tzedek Community Centre, Sydney that begins after the festival of Sukkos.
Four years ago, Michal Weiss was looking for a way to make her Elul preparation and reflection more meaningful. It was at that time that she first encountered and began using Rabbi Simon Jacobson‘s 60 Days: The Spiritual Guide to the High Holidays. As she discovered how useful the text could be in spiritually preparing for the chagim, Weiss introduced it to friends. The rest is history.