Friday, / April 19, 2024
Lubavitch News Service
Aid to Families in Moscow
Over 20,000 households in #Russia are receiving weekly food packages as part of an initiative of the country’s Chief Rabbi Berel Lazar to aid those suffering under…
JewQ national competition motivates Hebrew school kids in Wilmette
A project of CKids International, JewQ is a Torah championship that was created to give children who don’t attend Jewish day schools an exciting opportunity…
Rabbi Kalman Weinfeld, Rabbinic Coordinator for OK kosher certification, helps two co-pilots don tefillin before disembarking from a flight to the Bahamas.
One pilot had never laid tefillin before. Weinfeld stopped by the cockpit to thank the pilots for the flight on his way off the plane.…
First-ever circumcision in the United Arab Emirates
Rabbi Teichtel from Chabad of Berlin, Mohel and baby’s father perform first-ever circumcision in the United Arab Emirates
Camp Yeka winter camp in the Carpathian Mountains.
84 girls from around Yekaterinoslav in Ukraine spent seven days at Camp Yeka winter camp in the Carpathian Mountains.
Today in Jewish History: The Victory in Chabad Library Trial
On the 5th of Tevet (Hei Teves) in 1987, the extensive library of the sixth Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneerson, was declared as belonging to…
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and First Lady Frances hosted more than 30 Chabad representatives from around Ohio for a menorah lighting at the Governor’s Mansion in Columbus on Monday.
The Governor’s father, Private Dick DeWine, was part of the U.S Army’s 103 rd Infantry Division that helped liberate Dachau concentration camp. Representative Dave Greenspan,…
Rabbi Mendy and Sarah Rimler with their children, Chayala, Eli and Bluma. They are the first Shluchim to South Phoenix.
A new Chabad center is coming to south Phoenix, a fast-growing region of the metropolitan area that previously had no synagogues. Rabbi Mendy Rimler and…
Chabad Paints for Chanukah
Parents of Hebrew School children display the Chanukah decorations they created at Chabad of Orange County
Chabad teens create blankets for needy
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, Jewish teens from across the Orange County gathered to create beautiful fleece blankets for a local shelter. The event was…
U.S. Ambassador to Israel, David M. Friedman addresses the Conference of Shluchim
You welcome those seeking a bond with G-d, Judaism and our 3500 year old history. And you do it all with a beautiful sense of…
More than 1,000 Jewish students from universities in six nations gathered in New York City last weekend for an annual event that brought together young men and women from France, England, Brazil, Argentina, the United States and Canada.
Sponsored by Chabad on Campus, students spent a traditional Shabbat in the Crown Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn, N.Y. Highlights of the three-day program included learning…
Rabbi Chaim and Menuchy Birnhack have recently moved out as new Shluchim, joining Chabad of Hong Kong.
The Birnhacks will be assisting with all aspects of programming at Chabad, with a special focus on programs for youth and young professionals in the…
A Chabad couple in New Jersey built an immersive village for kids with autism
“We realized that there was a need in our community,” said Zalman Grossbaum, the CEO of LifeTown, the 53,000-square-foot facility that includes LifeShoppes. The Grossbaums…
Holocaust survivor and Anne Frank’s stepsister Eva Schloss visits UMN
Held by multiple branches of the Jewish organization Chabad in the Twin Cities, Schloss spoke of her time in Auschwitz-Birkenau, as well as her take…
Group from Atlanta spend 12 hours of inspiration in Crown Heights.
Members of 10 Atlanta Chabad centers met at Hartsfield-Jackson Airport for a six a.m. flight last Wednesday. The 83 travelers, ranging in age from four…
Chabad of Midtown’s Sukkah is registered by the City of New York
Some facts about Chabad of Midtown’s Sukkah: – This Sukkah has architectural plans approved and signed off by the New York Department of Buildings every…
Chabad Basking Ridge breaks ground on a new building
New Jersey Senate Republican Leader Tom Kean visits the Chabad Basking Ridge groundbreaking.
Hundreds of people attended the grand opening celebration and ribbon-cutting at Chabad of Parkland.
Gutnick noted that this building project took close to a decade to be completed. When asked what he felt stood out during the opening event,…
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