Lubavitch.com features stories about day-to-day Shlichus from Chabad emissaries around the world in a series titled Life Sketches. In this story, Mrs. Faygie Matusof of Madison, Wisconsin, relates the story behind a mysterious donation a man from Colorado made to her son’s Chabad House.
Daily Archives: February 14, 2017
A new project launched by the Colel Chabad charitable organization together with Israel’s Ministry of Social Services and Welfare is working to provide disabled adults with communal apartments specifically intended to address their individual challenges and needs.
CrownHeights.info has obtained vintage footage from a CBS News TV broadcast reporting on the Yud Shvat Farbrengen of 1980, marking the 30th year of the Rebbe’s leadership.
A New York City jury on Tuesday found a former delicatessen worker guilty of murdering Etan Patz, a six-year-old boy whose disappearance in 1979 raised national awareness of the plight of abducted children and their parents.
For the first time in many years, the entire Yeshiva Gedola Lubavitch of London flew to New York to spend Yud Shvat by the Rebbe, for an uplifting, heart-warming experience, filled with Farbrengens, Sedorim and Shiurim, after a powerful Hachana for over 30 days.
At Cheder Chabad of Philadelphia, students not only celebrated Yud Shvat, but lived it! Staff and students spent many weeks before preparing for and creating a Grand Yud Shvat Expo, exploring how to bring Hishkashrus to life in many incredibly meaningful and interactive ways.
With sadness we inform you of the passing of Dr. Levi Lehv of Monsey, NY, a former resident of Crown Heights who was part of the medical team that cared for the Rebbe after the heart attack in 5738 (1977). He was 76 years old.
Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz, director of Chabad Lubavitch of Southwest Florida, delivers his insights on this week’s Parsha – Yisro. This week Rabbi Minkowicz answers the question: How can we be truly Happy?
An exciting series of personal development seminars are taking place throughout Russia this month, designed to provide young Jewish adults with the opportunity to take a deeper look at themselves and the world around. There are seven seminars, called Zoom, one for each geographical region of the country.