Weekly Letter: Tragedies In Our History

In connection with the challenging times we are experiencing now, we share a letter of the Rebbe in answer to someone questioning the tragedy of the Holocaust. The Rebbe refers to other great tragedies in our history : our enslavement in Egypt, the destruction of the Bais Hamikdash by Nevuchadnetzar and the crusades. And emphasizes with an encouraging message – that despite the terrible nature of the catastrophes – the Jews did not weaken their faith in G-d nor their commitment to Torah and Mitzvos.

“Help! I’m Bored,” Some Ideas From A Mother of Five

At home with the kids? Seeking good ideas to keep them engaged and stimulated? Read what this mom of five has to offer. Montana’s Rebbetzin Chavie Bruk, AKA “Clear As Mud”, shares her ideas for toys and games that work and can help get you though the “home alone” Passover edition.

Obituary: Rabbi Yisroel Friedman, 84, Talmudic Genius and Fiery Chassid

Famed worldwide as a giant of Torah learning whose prowess as a Talmudist was matched by the depth with which he studied and applied the teachings of Chabad, Rabbi Yisroel Friedman was not only filled with Torah knowledge, but also with love for the Torah and with unbounded dedication to G‑d, the giver of the Torah. He passed away April 1 at the age of 84, after contracting the coronavirus.

Crown Heights Hatzalah COVID-19 Survey

It remains critically important to understand the degree of continued spread of the COVID-19 virus in our community. For anyone who has become ill within the past 7-10 days or so, please please take a few minutes and fill out the survey.

BDE: Mrs. Felice Isaac, 88, OBM

It is with profound sadness that we inform you of the passing of Mrs. Felice Isaac OBM, a mother and community activist in Singapore. She passed away on Thursday, the 8th of Nissan 5780.