The annual France Regional Kinus Hashluchim took place as scheduled despite the COVID-19 pandemic. The shluchim gathered virtually online, using the zoom platform to bring them all together.
Daily Archives: April 26, 2020
-4th Bedroom was made into a Living Room,
-Split units in every room,
-Custom made closets,
-Very sunny unit,
-2 Porches directly from unit,
-Private Storage Room,
Listed to sell
Price: $949,000. Negotiable
The USNS Comfort’s last patient was discharged on Sunday, as the Navy hospital ship prepared to head home, officials said. The ship will be returning to it’s naval base upon leaving New York City.
The topics in this week’s 306th episode of the highly acclaimed MyLife: Chassidus Applied series, with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, will include: Revelation: Tanya as Ketores – a Spiritual Vaccine Against a Pandemic; Lessons For Our Time From Beis Iyar; What Is the Story Behind Moshiach’s Sefer Torah? Does Unity Make Us More Immune? Should We Be Paying Tuition to Closed Schools? Why Isn’t Saying Tehillim and a Name Change Always Helping? How Can Someone Who Davens With a Minyan Be Harmed When It Says Shomer Mitzvah Lo Yada Davar Rah? Ahavas Yisroel Stories.
The question on each and every parents mind is the same. Will there be overnight camp this year? The answer is still we don’t know, but there are some hopeful signs.
With the passing of Rabbi Binyomin Wolff OBM, Shliach to Hanover, Germany, a fund has been set up to help his wife and eight children.
Viking Distribution has become the latest to join the army of chesed in the community by subsidized hundreds of Chromebooks for students to be able to join classes that have now moved online.
The family of Rabbi Moshe Zaklikovsky OBM, who passed away over Shabbos, is asking that anyone with memories or condolences should submit them by email.
The Levaya of Rabbi Binyomin Wolff OBM, Shliach to Hanover, Germany, took place today in Hanover. The Levaya was live streamed for all to participate.
Lubavitch photographer Mordehai Lubecki took to the streets of Paris to document a rare sight, lack of humanity. As the COVID-19 virus locks down cities worldwide, a new beauty, that of empty streets and unpolluted skies, are being documented in still photographs.
In a letter dated Beis Iyar, Rabbi Moshe Kotlarsky called on Anash to memorialize the many people that have been lost recently through a special Chalukas Hashas. The Chalukas Hashas would be broken up in four dapim sections, allowing each person to take a small portion that can be completed by all.
Approximately 4:00pm Friday afternoon, Crown Heights Shomrim responded for a shoplifter in the Empire Kosher Supermarket in Crown Heights. The man was placed under arrest for shoplifting by the 71st precinct. Job Final: One Under.
As today is Beis Iyar, the 186th birthday of the Rebbe Maharash, (we begin to say for him kapital 37), I decided to post a thought connected to his saying and approach of Lchatchilla Ariber.
Rabbi Avrohom Wagshul, a Rabbi and educator in the Los Angeles area, began publishing weekly puppet shows for children on the Parsha of the week. After a smashing success on social media, Rabbi Wagshul has brought his hows to YouTube for the wider Chabad community.
A Crown Heights resident thanks the NYPD 71st Precinct for stepping up and taking care of a nuisance in the community. While issue has yet to be resolved entirely, the resident felt a thank you was in order.
The family of Harav Ahron Yaakov Schwei OBM, who passed away this past Friday, is requesting that anyone with memories or stories about Rabbi Schwei should share them.
Photographer Mendy Kurant shared the following gallery of photos of Rabbi Ahron Yaakov Schwei OBM, a member of the Crown Heights Beis Din who passed away on Friday.