The L’chaim of Laibel Hanoka of Pasadena, CA and Menucha Baila Matusof of Madison, Wisconsin took place Monday night at Beis Levi Yitzchak Shul in Crown Heights.
Daily Archives: May 7, 2019
Jews in the Holy Land have been experiencing a barrage of deadly missiles from terrorists over the past week. What is the appropriate response? How can those affected be strengthened? How can those far away help? Watch as the Rebbe answers.
The kitchen in 1414 President street that feeds the bochurim and Kvutza of 770 has been closed by the Department of Health over severe cleanliness and hygiene violations.
At a launch event last month for Chabad’s CTeen of Hunterdon County, the teens learned about the helpline’s work and assisted in assembling care packages for the local homeless. They also took a more interactive role and called local seniors and homebound individuals to remind them to take their medications and to bring some relief from the loneliness they might feel.
Watch the surveillance footage of last nights car that plowed into a building on Ave P and East 5th. There were miraculously no fatalities, with the only person injured being the driver of the vehicle. He initially fled on foot, but was caught by Shomrim and turned over to police.
It is agreed by all that the most hotly contested disagreement in shuls across the world is its temperature. For some it is always too hot, others too cold, and the poor Gabbai is always caught in the middle. This Gabbai just gave up trying to please anyone, I wonder how that worked out……..
Cantor Shlomie Rabin spent Shabbos in Poway California just one week after the horrific events of Acharon Shel Pesach. He recounts his emotional and touching experience of a Jewish community in the process of healing.
Today, Beis Iyar, is the birthday of the fourth Rebbe of Lubavitch, Rabbi SHmuel Schneersohn. Known by the name the Rebbe Maharash, he was chosen to continue leading the Lubavitch movement despite being the youngest son of the previous Rebbe.
In this day and age, kings and queens are rare. Kings and Queens with any authority are even more rare. As Thailand crowned a new king and queen, the Chabad Shluchim to Thailand had the chance to make a rare Bracha, Shenatan Mikvodo L’Basar Vadam.
It’s been so long since Gimmel Tammuz. Does the next generation really feel a yearning for Moshiach? As Friday’s events proved, the answer is a resounding yes. On Chof Ches Nissan, the student body of Yeshiva Darchai Menachem gathered to mark 28 years since the Rebbe’s call: to do everything one can to bring Moshiach.
A driver Plowed into a building in Flatbush Monday night, causing it to collapse with people possibly trapped inside. The Driver fled the scene on foot, but was soon caught by Boro Park and Flatbush Shomrim.