On the last Motzei Shabbos of the year, people across the world gathered together to say Selichos. We present this gallery of photos from Moscow’s Marina Roshcha Central Synagogue.
Alongside the spiritual preparations in hundreds of Jewish communities throughout Russia, the material side of the upcoming holidays hasn’t been neglected. A massive food distribution project is underway to bring holiday joy to thousands of Jewish families before the upcoming New Year.
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Rabbi Mendel Cohen was not looking to be a hero when he and his wife, Ester, established Chabad-Lubavitch of Mariupol. But as he battles COVID-19 in an Israeli hospital bed, it’s clear that he is one and has been for many years now.
The gym in Beth Rivkah Lefferts was recently renovated through a generous donation by Meyer and Shaindy Gutnick in memory of Rabbi Sholom and Rebitzen Devorah Gutnick of Melbourne Australia.
Amid the chaos and panic following the airliners slamming into the two World Trade Center towers on September 11, 2001, many men and woman answered a higher calling – instead of running away, they turned and ran towards the burning buildings. Among those brave men was a band of Shomrim volunteers from Crown Heights. During their time at ground zero, one of the volunteers took these historic videos, published here on Crown Heights.info for the first time.
On Sunday, erev Chai Elul, Chabad of California hosted its 41st annual L’Chaim-ToLife! Telethon. This annual Telethon is one of the most celebrated Jewish events of the year with hundreds of thousands of Jews tuning in from across the country.
Each time the Rebbe distributed dollars, individuals were touched and lives were impacted. Presented here are photos of several highlights and encounters from Sunday Dollars of 22 Elul 1991 (5751).
In Crown Heights, everyone can sparkle. The Sparkelle Collection, a line of elegant women’s jewelry for every age and taste, brings the elegance and beauty of high end jewelry at an affordable price to Crown Heights.
On Sunday night, Anash of Pittsburgh got together in the courtyard of Lubavitch Center for a grand Chai Elul Farbrengen.
Fit, style, silk or wool the “Sartoria” Sacho Kapota store in Crown Heights will be hosting a Tishrei sale on Kapotas in store and on line.
The beginning of the school year is a hectic time, especially for Mechanchim. Nevertheless, over 100 teachers and principals took time from their school work to attend an educational and inspirational Chai Elul farbrengen.
Anshei Lubavitch Shul in Crown Heights is hosting a week long shoe sale this week, with each pair only for $20. Updated Times!
On Chai-Elul, Yeshivas Lubavitch Cincinnati hosted Rabbi Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin, who farbrenged for the bochurim late into the night.
In a letter addressed to the fundraising dinner of Colel Chabad, the Rebbe provides insight to the significance of the month of Elul, and encourages the participants to become partners in Colel Chabad’s important work.
Thousands of dollars in lifesaving equipment was tracked down Monday morning after a unabashed thief broke the back window of a Hatzalah vehicle, making off with the equipment inside.
As hundreds of children made their way to school on Labor Day morning, Crown Heights Shomrim fanned out across multiple “hotspot” corners in the shchuna, ensuring that each child arrived safely to their school.
Deeply embedded within the biography of Lubavitcher Chassidim in the 20th century is the story of the Great Escape from the Soviet Union. Just after World War II, from early mid-1946 until New Year’s Day 1947, more than 1,000 Lubavitcher men, women and children illegally fled the Soviet Union using purchased or doctored Polish citizenship documents. The story of Chaim Osher Kahanov.