On Tuesday May 28th, 350 Crown Heights women gathered at Oholei Torah for Operation Survival’s 2nd Annual Evening of Outstanding Parenting Education for Women.
Daily Archives: June 2, 2019
Crown Heights Rov, Rabbi Yehudah Segal, sent in a resignation letter to the Oholei Torah Administration. The resignation comes after teaching at the institution for 33 years.
The topics in this week’s 263rd episode of the highly acclaimed popular MyLife: Chassidus Applied series, with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, will include: Why Do We Eat Dairy on Shavuos? Now That Most of the World’s Jews Live in Israel, Should the Focus Shift from a Disapora-Centric Judaism to an Israel-Centric Judaism? Should We Be More Sensitive to Older Singles When We Bless Them to Find a Shidduch? According to Torah, Are Women Permitted to Vote? Should I Be Learning Deeper Maamorim in Chassidus? and If So, Which? What Does Chassidus Contribute to the Understanding of Mattan Torah?
Merkos Vice Chairman, Rabbi Moshe Kotlarsky, celebrated his 70th birthday at the Ohel. There he was met by a cohort of 70 Shluchim who came in especially for occasion.
A major outage has begun affecting some big online and internet based entities. Some of those effected are some Google applications, Youtube, Uber, and SnapChat. Updates on the outage will be posted as they become available.
The Shluchim Office recently started a new initiative, offering Shluchim professional customizable flyers to promote their community events. The new project has been received with tremendous excitement from Shluchim who enjoy the professional publicity provided in such an easy and convenient way.
One of the initiatives of Project 25 is to post 25,000 new photos on The Living Archive, some newly discovered and scanned. The first batch of 1,800 photos was just uploaded.
An E-mail exchange between a shliach and a member of his Chabad shul brings out a profound question and misconception. It is easy to fall prey to falling into a wrong mindset, but see how this shliach brings his constituent back into perspective.
“Hanachos,” a new weekly Magazine released by the Vaad Talmidei Hatemimim, brings the past to the present in a professional way that connects with Yeshiva students.
A wonderful evening of memories and celebrating Yeshivah – Beth Rivkah College’s journey to 70 years young was held at St Kilda Town Hall on Sunday 26th May 2019. With a near 600-strong crowd of alumni, former and current teachers and School Principals in attendance.
With great sadness we report the passing of Rabbi Sholom Dovber Halevi Popack OBM, a longtime Crown Heights resident and one of the first to attend Tomchei Temimim in 770. He passed away on Shabbos, the 27th of Iyar, 5779. Updated Levaya times..
A car was on its roof early Sunday morning following an accident on Eastern Parkway. The accident shut down the west bound service lane going from Schenectady Ave to Troy Ave in Crown Heights.