Rabbi Mendy Mangel can’t explain why synagogue enrollment is generally declining throughout the country as fewer people seemingly maintain their Jewish identities. He only knows that the number of those he sees regularly at Chabad Lubavitch of Camden and Burlington Counties in Cherry Hill, N.J., keeps climbing.
Daily Archives: July 5, 2017
CrownHeights.info has learned that Lubavitch Educational Center, the flagship school for the Chabad community in South Florida popularly known as L.E.C., has purchased a four-story, 48,681-square-foot building less than a mile away from its current location near North Miami Beach. The institution paid $5.1 million for the property.
In Honor of “Yud Beis Tammuz” Shnas HaTishim, celebrating the 90th Anniversary of the arrest and miraculous liberation of the Frierdiker Rebbe, please enjoy this suspenseful theatrical drama tale with music and sound effects, as it captures the imagination of children of all ages, as told by Master Storyteller Rabbi Sholem Perl.
Recently an exciting and informative event took place in Crown Heights. An impressive “Staff Training Day” gathered a record-number of camp counselors and other staff members for hours of professional networking.
“Where is Mommy? “Asks 4 year old Shusha, a spark of glimmer in her eyes. “You said she is coming home today.”
Life is like a good beer…well…sort of. Jewish philosophy says that nothing bad comes from on High. Everything is ultimately good, although not everything is always perceived by us to be good. Some events, in fact, appear to us to be quite bitter. Rabbi Pinchas Taylor reminds us that during those tougher moments, its important to remember that life, like a good beer, can be bitter and still be good.
In a historic visit to the State of Israel, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi met with Moshe Holtzberg, the survivor of the Mumbai Terror Attack which claimed the lives of his parents.
Once again, women in Unity held an inspiring event in Melbourne, Australia. It has been a decade since the Women in Unity was formed in response to the tragedy at Mumbai, India. The commitment to the unity of the Jewish people that originally galvanized its founders, Rebbetzins Riva Cohen, Sara Gutnick, and Miriam Telsner, has not wavered.
A six-month-old infant has been hospitalized after being left in a hot car for a duration of time. The child, who was visiting grandparents in Kfar Chabad, Israel, was visiting from the United States.
Over 200 Chabad emissaries and teen leaders from around the world participated in the 4th Annual CTeen Leadership Retreat and Convention to network, as well as both gain and share insight for the year ahead.