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Family of 11, including 9 children, arrive in South Florida after fleeing war-ravaged Ukraine

Rabbi Yisroel and Mrs. Alizah Silberstein arrive in Miami after harrowing escape from Ukraine with only one suitcase.

Ukrainian Jews Prepare for Worst, Pray for Best and Vow to Stay

Jewish community leaders tell Haaretz they are not currently preparing to leave Ukraine. ‘I cannot, as a rabbi, just pack my suitcases and go to Israel and leave everybody behind,’ says one situated close to the Russian border

The Jewish Chronicle
Coffee and meditation: Chabad comes to the suburbs

Lubavitch’s new centre in Hampstead Garden Suburb offers a contemporary multi-purpose space for people to find a connection to Judaism.

Billings Gazette
Jewish life grows in Billings with planned Chabad center

The Jewish movement known as Chabad Lubavitch has announced plans to open a center in Billings where adherents can gather and worship.

It will be the fourth Chabad center to open in Montana; the other three are in Bozeman, Missoula and Kalispell.

“I’ve been keeping an eye on Billings for 15 years,” said Rabbi Chaim Bruk. “It became clear that the need was strong.”

LI Herald Merrick
Chabad Center combats anti-Semitism

In the lead-up to International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Jan. 27, the Chabad Center for Jewish Life in Merrick hosted a special sermon, delivered by Rabbi Anchelle Perl, director of the Chabad of Mineola.

Tapinto Coral Springs
Refurbished Women’s Mikvah At Chabad Of Coral Springs Offers ‘Spa-Like’ Experience

Since opening in early 2000s, Chabad of Coral Springs has operated mikvahs, special baths used for purification rituals in Judaism.

Over time, the mikvahs for men and women have aged, offering few modern comforts in a place meant to invoke serenity, peace, and joy.

Now that has changed, at least on the women’s side.

Chabad of the West Side opens Jewish Discovery Center in Lakewood

More than half a decade after Chabad of the West Side began hosting Judaic programming out of the Westlake Recreation Center and other rented spaces around the area, the nonprofit recently opened up its first permanent location — the Jewish Discovery Center — in Lakewood. The 900-square-foot Jewish Discovery Center is a community space where local Jews of any age or stage can explore their heritage, gain knowledge, celebrate the holidays or just hang out.

Quad City Times
Chabad Lubavitch of the Quad Cities purchases permanent space

Chabad Lubavitch of the Quad Cities reached its $400,000 funding goal late in the afternoon on Friday, Dec. 17, just before Shabbat, the time of rest observed by those practicing Judaism. Rabbi Shneur Cadaner and his wife, Chana Cadaner, shut down their phones and computers when Shabbat began, but messages of congratulations and excitement were already pouring in.

Jerusalem Post
Will Chabad enter the metaverse?

Now that Chabad has covered most of the world’s Jewish-accessible geographical locations, its aim is to tackle the realm of virtual reality as its latest frontier.

Inside Higher Ed
The Allure of Chabad on Campus

The number of Chabad centers on college campuses has skyrocketed since 2000, attracting students from a range of Jewish backgrounds and providing another avenue for Jewish student life.

Heritage Florida Jewish News
Chabad Orlando brought Chanukah to the Amway Center

At the end of the first quarter as the spotlight glared at the stage, the Grand Menorah Lighting at Amyway Center captured the thousands of participants as Jewish musical artist Jimmy Levy from American Idol led with singing the Brochos.

Hanukkah is a busy week for Wyoming’s only rabbi

By the fifth night Mendelsohn had already driven about 1,000 miles across the state, from Jackson to Cheyenne and back again, plus a quick stop in Denver to pick up kosher catering.

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