The Association of Crown Heights Shuls is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting taking place this Motzei Shabbos. The event will feature famed Choizer, Rabbi Simon Jacobson, and Crown Heights Rov Rabbi Braun.
Daily Archives: May 22, 2020
A parent and a teacher’s spouse opens up on the challenges that the teachers of Crown Heights face in the realities of teaching children virtually COVID-19, and faces off against the criticism lobbied against them.
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The 71st precinct, which covers a majority of the Crown Heights Jewish community, is reminding the community of the limits placed on religious gatherings in New York City.
President Trump on Friday announced that new Centers for Disease Control guidance will classify houses of worship as “essential,” as he called on governors to allow them to open “right now” after being closed during the coronavirus lockdowns.
Governor Ron DeSantis of Florida announced that all camps in the State will not be given any restrictions for opening this year.
A complete set of guidelines have been released for the shuls of Crown Heights, giving guidance on making indoor minyanim while staying within the parameters of the law, as well as staying safe.
This week, as we are concluding the sefira and preparing for Matan Torah, I am sharing the following thought that I discussed with someone over the phone about sefiras Ha’omer.
A Crown Heights mother of 4, daughter, wife, and sister brings the ongoing phenomenon of COVID weddings into perspective, weighing the pros and cons of holding one, and how they are held.
“If it’s not bolted down, they’ll steal it.” It’s a sad story, but a reality in Crown Heights. A young boy found this out after leaving his bike unattended outside the Kol Tuv Supermarket Thursday. The thief made off with the bike, but later dumped it after Shomrim volunteers tracked him down. The bike was recovered, and returned to its owner.
Camp Gan Yisroel Montreal, one of the major Lubavitch overnight camps focused on the children of anash, will not be opening for the 5780/2020 summer season. The decision was announced by the premier of Quebec, François Legault on Thursday.