Crown Heights residents have again become the target of missionaries in Crown Heights. This time through the mail. Please be vigilant and dispose of all such materials.
Daily Archives: April 14, 2020
As this year everyone will be making the Moshiach Seudah in their home, we present a list of all the negunim to be sung in order, along with audio for those who wish to refresh before Yom Tov.
With great sadness we report the passing of Rabbi Chaim Osher Kahanov OBM, a longtime Crown Heights resident. He passed away on Tuesday, the 20th of Nissan 5780.
One of the most time-honored and widely attended synagogue traditions is Yizkor, the hallowed prayer that memorializes departed loved ones in the presence of the Torah scrolls and fellow Jewish mourners. This year, this prayer will be performed at home.
A twentieth update of guidelines for the Crown Heights Jewish community has been published with an advisory for continued social services as well an update on the virus and measured to keep the Crown Heights community safe.
In a farbrengen in the year תשמב where the Rebbe discussed the idea of uniting yidden through writing a letter in a Sefer Torah Klali, the Rebbe mentions that letter may be bought for deceased relatives as well.
Being that we will be celebrating Moshiach’s seudah on the 8th day of Pesach in our homes, with our family, I decided to post some of the background about it, as well as a few questions and answers that the Rebbe explained.
Physicians from across the frum world have united to spread a strong message regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. Stop COVID-19 rapid testing now!
JNet’s Director, Rabbi Yehuda (Yudi) Dukes, is battling life-threatening effects of COVID-19 right now. He desperately needs our prayers and Mitzvos – good deeds. Please select a good resolution to take on, in the form of TORAH STUDY, PRAYER or any MITZVAH, in honor of his immediate and complete and recovery.
For families of the hundreds of elderly (and not so elderly), Jewish patients hospitalized throughout New York State, the biggest issue was the near complete inability to communicate and advocate for those they love. A group of Chassidic volunteers fixed that.
Live at 10:30am: Joy, fun, and entertainment will be coming to the streets of Crown Heights Tuesday morning in the form of a live streamed roving concert by the much loved Uncle Moishy.
Mr. Clean on Albany Ave on the corner of Union Street is giving away free medical face masks to families that would otherwise be unable to afford. Just come into Mr. Clean and ask for a pack. UPDATE: Back in stock.
The effects of Covid-19 brought incredible challenges to the coordination efforts of Igud Hamelamdim’s annual Pesach project. Yet tireless and devoted efforts payed off.