In Honor of Yud Shvat, The Released Time Program hosted a grand Hakhel gathering. 600 children from public schools across NYC gathered in 770 on the day that marks the Yartzait of the Frierdiker Rebbe and 66 years of the Rebbe’s leadership.
Daily Archives: January 22, 2016
This Shabbos at the Besht, Rabbi Yakov Yosef Raskin, Rosh Kollel Erev at Congregation Anash-770 Montgomery, will lead a discussion on the topic of Tikun Chatzos.
For many people, Tu B’Shvat has become a holiday that is synonymous with planting trees. What is the spiritual significance of Tu B’shvat and what do we learn from Torah’s specifications about when a tree might be cut down? Join Rabbi Nochum Mangel of Dayton, Ohio, to learn timely lessons from Tu B’Shvat.
Camp Gan Israel-Parksville’s Bar Mitzvah Division had the summer of a lifetime; some of those memories were captured on video, which staff-member Shamai Chein recently edited and made available for all to enjoy.
Alternate side parking (street cleaning) regulations will be suspended Saturday, January 23, due to snow conditions. All other regulations, including parking meters, remain in effect.
On the heels of Yud Shevat, which is also the yahrzeit of Rebbetzin Rivkah, wife of the Rebbe Maharash, we are honored to present a brief overview of her life, an excerpt from the book Biography of the Rebbe Maharash by Rabbi Sholom Avtzon, which is in the process of being prepared for publication.
Yud Shevat. A huge day for every Chabad chossid. Teenagers know the historical significance of the day, but how do we get girls that were born after Gimmel Tamuz to feel the significance of the day? How can we bridge the gap between the people who lived with farbrengens and yechidusin and the high school girls of today?