A once in a lifetime summer adventure for the boy who loves the outdoors and thrives in a smaller, more personal environment.
Rabbi Nochem Kaplan is the director of the education office of Merkos L’Inyonei Chinuch, Chabad’s central educational arm, which provides guidance and professional training to Chabad-run schools. He was interviewed three times in September and December of 2020.
The Baltimore Police Department has released video footage of two people they suspect are behind the murder of Ephraim Gordon OBM.
Lamplighters: Stories From Chabad Emissaries On The Jewish Frontier is a bimonthly podcast focusing on Chabad emissaries, or shluchim, their personal struggles and the people they inspire all around the globe.
The Vaad Hatmimim’s Hanachos program which was launched earlier this week for its third year in Mesivtas across America has kicked off with hundreds of Bochurim from 15 Mesivtas across the world watching video Farbrengens of the Rebbe and writing their very own Hanacha by heart in preparation for Gimmel Tammuz.
When Jill Swann moved to the Caribbean Island of Providenciales to teach windsurfing and sailing, she found just about everything she wanted in Turks and Caicos. All that was missing was Chabad, but not for long.
With great sadness we report the passing of Mrs. Raizel Zirkind OBM, the wife of famed sofer Rabbi Eliezer Tzvi Zev Zirkind OBM, and matriarch of a large Lubavitch family. She passed away on Tuesday, the 29th of Iyar, 5781. Updated with Levaya information
Chabad of the Airport greeted the Gerer Rebbe’s son Reb Shlome Tzvi Alter and Gerer Rebbe’s son in law Rabbi Shimon Rotshtein on their return flight to Israel Monday evening.
When the news of the Meron tragedy reached Moscow, the Chief Rabbi of Russia, Berel Lazar, called for a rally at the Marina Roscha Synagogue in Moscow. There they recited Tehillim for the wounded, and silently listened to the speeches, in which there was a call to add in prayer, charity, and especially the mitzvah of Ahavat Yisrael.
Tomorrow, Tuesday 29 Iyar, The Moshiach Office at Merkos 302 in conjunction with the Rohr Jewish Learning Institute (JLI), will be presenting a fascinating panel for the public.
The Hanachos program has been launched for its third year in 15 Mesivtas across America, where the Bochurim prepare themselves for Gimmel Tammuz by watching Videos of the Rebbe’s Farbrgngens and writing a Hanacha on the Sicha.
On 22 Iyar 1976, the Rebbe sent a group of Talmidei Hashluchim to Cincinnati, OH to open a branch of Tomchei Temimim. The local newspaper wrote an article on their arrival. Can you identify the bochurim and Hanhalla in the picture?
Now entering its third year, Online Cheder continues to achieve its central goal, that of meeting the needs of each and every talmid and motivating them to love learning while building needed skills.
As Duke University celebrates commencement festivities and bids farewell to their 2021 graduates, there is additional cause for celebration among its Jewish students. They can now look forward to greeting incoming students this fall with an expansive new presence centrally located alongside Duke’s East Campus in Durham, N.C.
The Chabad Jewish Community Center of Placer County on May 20 will officially begin construction on a new, $6.5-million center that will more than quadruple the amount of space for its programs.
Twenty-five tech-savvy teenage leaders of Chabad’s CTeen network stepped up to the plate assisting seniors and homebound throughout the pandemic, and now they’re helping those who want to get the vaccine, book appointments.
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