Excerpt from Sacks’s ‘Torah Studies’ taught in six languages as part of a worldwide project.
This winter, Chabad Centers throughout Orlando will offer Journey of the Soul, a new six-session course by the acclaimed Rohr Jewish Learning Institute that will answer a question that has occurred to every self-reflective person: What happens when we die?
Demand for Leivi Sudak’s home-based food support has snowballed during the pandemic.
In a final push to complete the $150,000 project dedicated to her daughter Alyssa, Lori Alhadeff came up with an idea for residents to become a lasting part of her new playground at the Chabad of Parkland.
The Chabad Jewish Center of Northwest Bergen County organized a drive-thru Covid and antibody testing site at Chabad on Sunday. It was arranged in conjunction with Chabad member Eric Bober, who is the CEO of Fast-Med.
Chabad Center of Natick invites you to a Zoom lecture on a Jewish perspective of burial and cremation with internationally renowned speaker and best-selling author Doron Kornbluth.
“At Mazal Chabad our goal is to include everyone, all ages, young and old and as we are a non profit organization, I wanted to maximize all that we can do at no cost to the community especially since Chanukah is a time to add in goodness & kindness,” Rabbi Sholom Davidsohn, Youth Director of Mazal Chabad told The Suburban.
It used to be a shop that sold healing crystals, but for the past year, the storefront at 1710 University Ave. in Berkeley has been the place that Rabbi Yehuda Ferris of Chabad of the East Bay has been able to call his own.
The classes will review what individuals want in their personal lives and consider how to craft a mission statement as a guide.
Sarah Wyman, presumed the lone survivor of a tragic New Year’s weekend drowning tragedy, has created a scholarship fund at a Jewish school in Petaluma to honor her two children, who were supposed to attend there this week.
Rebbetzin Miriam Ferris also knew the family when the children attended the Chabad Berkeley Hebrew school. “We loved them,” she said. “Their priority was to have a Jewish home and to raise their kids to be proud and educated Jews.”
Four “highly-respected” speakers are set to challenge the way we think at free, virtual program being offered by one of Richmond’s Jewish congregations.