This gallery of photos and videos of the Ohel on Gimmel Tammuz includes the Shluchim’s Pan Kloli. Despite restrictions due to COVID-19, visitors still flocked too the Ohel, spending time with the Rebbe.
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Cheder Levi Yitzchok seeks an experienced and passionate kodesh educator to assume a Full Time leadership and teaching role with our new Year 9 pre-Mesivta program in Melbourne, Australia.
WHO WE ARE
Cheder Levi Yitzchok is a Chabad Lubavitch registered school (Primary and Secondary), dedicated to the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe. Through a traditional Kodesh curriculum, integrated with a general studies program, the school seeks to imbue students with Yiras Shamayim, Hiskashrus to the Rebbe and an altruistic mindset. In a warm, happy and focused environment, we empower our students to be moral contributors to society, to develop a lifelong passion for learning and to be proudly at ease with their cultural identity.
The Head of Year 9 reports to the Principal of the School. The position will attract a salary and teaching load as determined through discussion on appointment.
For more information regarding this role, including a complete position description, please email your full Curriculum Vitae to Rabbi Rahmani, Principal: email@example.com. Please include the names and telephone contact numbers of two (2) professional referees.
Applications close at 4 pm on Monday 30th November 2020.
Cheder Levi Yitzchok is fully committed to child safety. All staff must undertake a Child Protection training course and have a current Working with Children Check.
All told, approximately 45,000 devices logged on to 26 interconnected broadcasts across Zoom and other platforms, for the global Barchunei Avinu live broadcast, with unique blend of prayers, Torah study, storytelling, song, and inspiration.
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In connection with the topic of strife as we see in this week’s parsha – of Korach and his group – we share a letter from the Rebbe in which he comments and advises on maintaining peace and harmony in the face of differing opinions. Where a group of people do not see eye to eye with each other, yet share a common goal, in order to insure success it is critical for them to settle differences in a peaceful way. For – “Peace is the vessel containing G-d’s blessing.”
Next Thursday, July 2nd, Hadar Hatorah heads upstate to commence its annual Summer Program at the Shaloh Center in the Catskill Mountains.
NYPD Commissioner Dormont Shea has announced a fireworks bust worth $30,000. This is the second fireworks bust that has taken place this week, immediately following a protest against the nightly fireworks that has plagued the Boroughs.
During the height of the pandemic, Bring It Home offered a hands-on, all inclusive Judaic curriculum geared for 3-5 year olds. Bring It Home sent out weekly packages with daily lesson plans and activities for Parsha, Yahadus, and Alef-Bais. The founders are experienced educators, who wanted to share their tried and true techniques with the public during this crisis.
The 19th year of Hollandale Beach Florida’s Chaya Aydel Seminary, is scheduled to begin after Simchas Torah 5781, with all precautions in place.
The Pan Haklali was read today at the Ohel, as thousands continue to come to the Ohel despite COVID-19 restrictions and social distancing guidelines.
A medley of the Rebbe’s Neggunim has been released by Nemouel and Danny Avidani.
The bochurim and Anash of Paris marked Gimmel Tammuz with Mivtzoim and a Farbrengen with Rabbi Mendel Azimov in Flandres.
Harav Avraham Osdoba, Morah D’asro and Member of the Beis Din Tzedek of Crown Heights, spent a few minutes at an outdoor Minyan on Sterling Street Thursday to hear Kriya and learn. Rabbi Osdoba has remained at home these past few months, and was unable to join minyanim due to COVID-19.
One of the greatest hallmarks of the the Rebbe’s ongoing legacy is the famous Tefillin campaign. Once a ridiculed notion, it has now become synonymous with Jewish outreach. In the age of technology, that means that Virtual Tefillin, known as the Telfie group, is in business.
In a speech to Bochurim for Gimmel Tammuz, Rabbi Leibal Shapiro Rosh Yeshiva of Miami Zal, explains what needs to be done on Gimmel Tammuz.
Erev Gimmel Tammuz, even as preparations were still being completed at the Ohel, visitors began to stream in to pray and drop a Pan on this special day.