Day two of the Kinus Hashluchim saw thousands of Shluchim participating in workshops, general sessions, meals and prayers.
Daily Archives: November 24, 2016
Shluchim gathered this week at the Finder Family Jewish Leadership Institute, under the auspices of Chabad of the Valley, California, for a Rabbinical Conference entitled “Chuppah and Kiddushin Halacha Lema’aseh.”
It’s been two years since Benny Friedman released his last album, Kol Haneshama Sheli, and the time has come for something brand new. That something is Fill The World With Light, Benny’s 4th studio album.
A new book was published which aims to inspire children with true stories of Hashgocha Protis that were encountered while on Mivtzoim. We present one story from the book, in which Bochurim visited a man who wouldn’t agree to put on Tefillin, until his dog did something unexpected.
The Kinus for the children of the Shluchim who arrived for the Kinus kicked off today, beginning with an exciting trip to a lazer tag and arcade place.
This week, the boys of the morning minyan at Lubavitcher Yeshiva of Flatbush were treated to a special trip. The reward was for those who came to minyan on a steady basis (leaving their homes at 7am), davening seriously, and behaving appropriately. They were taken to a special horseback riding trip.
A celebration will take place this Sunday to mark the completion of a Sefer Torah dedicated in memory of Rebbetzin Devorah Gutnick, OBM, by her children Rabbi Meyer and Shaindy Gutnick and family.
Thanksgiving celebrations are a time-honored tradition in American life. But beyond lavish feasts and a day off from work, Thanksgiving captures one of the core values of America and the foundation for a great country.
As they arrive in New York for the annual International Kinus, the Shluchim’s first stop from the airport is at the Rebbe’s Ohel in Queens.
For children from small Jewish neighborhoods, it can be hard to imagine there are other Jewish kids like them. They are often the only Jewish person in their grade, and feel as if they are the exception rather than the norm. CKids is working to change this.
Out-of-control wildfires set intentionally by Palestinian terrorists have burned across Israel since Tuesday and continue to rage, with new areas threatened by flames as other blazes have come under control.
Mrs. Shavi Slodowitz was a High School Hebrew Studies teacher, Head of Tannach Department, teacher of VCE Text & Tradions and Religion & Society, for over 30 years at Yavneh College in Melbourne, Australia. Today she is part of a new start up business “PetHomeStay.com” She was interviewed by JEM’s My Encounter with the Rebbe project in Melbourne, Australia, in July of 2016.
Thousands of Shluchim began making their way to Crown Heights in order to participate in the International Kinus Hashluchim. Registration took place in the JCM and Shluchim seized the opportunity to begin their trip with a visit to the Rebbes Room.
The Zweible family will be sitting Shiva for their dear father/husband at 5 Sussex place Morristown NJ until Friday. On Moitzai Shabbos after 8:00 PM the men will be sitting at 599 Montgomery Street between Brooklyn and Kingston Avenues and […]
Earlier this week Chabad @ the Beaches welcomed a brand new Sefer Torah, at the Aaron and Blanche Scharf Chabad Center in Ponte Vedra, Florida.