We tend to forget in our desperate search to create a “new normal” in this crazy new life that our children are the real champions in all this.
IDF soldiers packed and delivered packs of food to patients sick at home with the coronavirus as part of a partnership between Home Front Command, the Jerusalem Municipality and the Jerusalem-based social services organization Colel Chabad.
“Secrets of the Bible presents famous ancient biblical stories in fresh and modern ways that deal with universal human dilemmas,” explained Rabbi Levi Dubov, the instructor. “The wisdom it shares should not remain a secret.”
Chabad of Eastern Connecticut will offer a new six-session course from the Rohr Jewish Learning Institute titled “Secrets of the Bible: Iconic Stories, Mystical Meanings, and Their Lessons for Life.”
A historic kumzitz was held around a campfire in the Dubai desert on Tuesday night as Jews living in Dubai, Israeli tourists, and what appeared to be some Emirati locals sat together and sang soulful songs of yearning.
Project Friendship is a program of Chabad of the Bluegrass. It’s working with a homeless shelter to donate socks and winter hats to people who may need them.
Climb construction tractors, get up close and personal with a variety of trucks and sit behind the wheel, at the Touch-A-Truck event on Sunday.
Scheer was set to start the holiday with dinner at the home of Chabad on Campus co-directors Rabbi Shmuel and Sara Weinstein, but after answering his phone, his plans changed.
“Chabad is exploring the possibilities of establishing centers to serve the religious and educational needs of Jews who will come to visit, do business or live there,” he added.
Following US President Donald Trump’s final debate with Democrat rival Joe Biden, the president’s daughter and senior advisor, Ivanka, was seen paying a visit overnight Thursday to the gravesite of the Lubavitcher Rebbe.
Rapper Nissim Black performed his song “Mothaland Bounce” from Israel Thursday night, moving up and down in the signature dance move from the music video that has amassed over 4 million views on YouTube.
Chabad Richmond’s Rabbi Yechiel Baitelman views the special Torah Scroll, that survived the ‘Night of the Broken Glass’ in Nazi Germany in 1938.