The families in the Friendship Circle community of Brooklyn came together to participate in a printing of the Tanya, at an event arranged by Rabbi Berel and Chani Majesky, Directors of the Friendship Circle of Brooklyn. Printing commenced in honor […]
In honor of Yud Shvat, Connection Point has launched an exciting two-week program for students to experience the Rebbe’ inaugural farbrengen of Yud Shvat 1951 (5711).
Hundreds of descendants of the Alter Rebbe converged on the Gutnick Hall in Yerushalayim on Motzei Shabbos for the annual gathering that’s held in honor of 24 Teves, the yahrtzeit of the Alter Rebbe.
An event held in Beitar Illit last Thursday marked the yahrtzeit of the Rambam with the launch of the latest volume in the series “Harambam Hashalem.”
A woman wrote an anonymous letter to the editors of the N’shei, asking what to do when her husband told her he felt that her speaking about him to her mashpia was a breach of his privacy. The editors submitted the woman’s letter to seven mashpi’im.
For the first time in history, the Ukrainian Parliament marked Holocaust Day, with the participation of Chief Rabbi and Head Shliach of Kiev, Rabbi Yonathan Markovitch.
Seven years after a lawsuit was filed by a disgruntled employee of the Michigan Jewish Institute, the U.S. Government declines to join the case.
In honor of the 19th of Teves, the day Oholei Torah was founded, the yeshiva has shared an array of 64 pictures from over the years of the mossad.
Following the news that he was diagnosed with a serious illness, Rabbi Akiva Wagner returned to address the talmidim of Yeshivas Lubavitch Toronto, sharing a message of emunah and bitachon.
In 1973, the wedding of Mendel and Feiga Lubecki took place at a hall in Paris, but they did not have a photo album commemorating the special event.
As bush fires in Australia continue to burn out of control, one person, overcome by the destruction, has found a new home in Our Big Kitchen run by Rabbi Dovid and Laya Slavin.
This weekend, Shabbos Parshas Shemos (January 17-19), close to 200 Young Professionals with their Shluchim and Shluchos, representing 42 different cities from around the world, will be coming to Crown Heights as part of Chabad Young Professionals annual Encounter.
JEM announces a new offering for Chabad houses – an immersive event featuring an interactive media presentation. Tailored for broad audiences, the event offers people the opportunity to learn and draw inspiration from the Rebbe’s belief in the power of the individual.
As the rented space used by Chabad of Belgrade became too small a location for it’s growing popularity, a mystery donor made Chabad of Belgrade’s vision of it’s own building a reality.
Healing Hearts Bikur Cholim of Florida currently has Chessed Houses near Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital and Jackson Memorial/UM Hospital, helping hundreds of families in their time of need. Now, it’s time for Nicklaus Children’s Hospital to have it’s own Chessed House.
This past Sunday, Jan. 12th, hundreds gathered in Queens, displaying Jewish pride and rallying against the recent increase of antisemitism.
Chabad representatives serving twenty university campuses Europe-wide met up in London last week.
Chassidim worldwide are uniting in a coordinated and consistent regimen of learning Likutei Sichos every week, with the aim to complete all 1,227 sichos in approximately 8 years.
In the wake of the horrific stabbing attack in Monsey New York, and the string of violent hate crimes against the Jewish community in Brooklyn, Chabad of the Bluegrass hosted a day of Unity, Solidarity and Prayer.
Eric Steger, a regular at Chabad of Sunnyvale, California, gave a life-saving liver donation last week to a man from Iowa. He says he gets his inspiration from a Rebbe card he keeps in his wallet.
Watch as Abie Rottenberg and Shlomo Simcha sit down in the home of Rabbi Yitzy Hurwitz, Shliach to Temacula, California for Kumzitz. Rabbi Yitzi suffers from ALS, a disease that has paralyzed him nearly completely, but has not stopped him from touching the hearts of tens of thousands.
After a technical malfunction stranded the passengers of ELAL flight 26 in Halifax Virginia for Shabbos, Chabad stepped up to the plate. Barry Schechter, a passenger on the stranded flight, was touched by the actions and open hearts of the Chabad of Halifax, and penned the following letter as he continued on their trip to Eretz Yisroel.