Sunday, / November 28, 2021
Articles Filed Under “Centers”
A Leap Of Growth, With More Room To Grow
Chabad of Naperville Celebrates Grand Opening and New Youth Directors
Grand Jewish Educational Center Underway in Buenos Aires
A brisk two blocks’ walk from the Headquarters of Chabad of Argentina, a massive construction project is underway.
Tomsk Educational Center Heralds Jewish Renewal
The new center boasts 25,000 square feet of modern facilities, making it the largest Jewish educational center east of the Ural Mountains.
Restoration of Historic Russian Synagogue Begins
A landmark moment in the effort to return the crown jewel of Samara’s Jewish past to its former glory
From Sinai To The Sonoran Desert
Scottsdale’s Jewish Community Turns Thirty
Living in the Bush
Off The Beaten Path: Chabad Houses You Didn’t Know Existed, Part 3
Finding Fred After 80 Years
Off The Beaten Path: Chabad Houses You Didn’t Know Existed, Part 2
Torah Scrolls Stolen, Synagogue Vandalized at Chabad of Long Beach
Two Torah scrolls had been thrown on the floor, and two others had been stolen. Silver artifacts were missing as well.
World’s Deepest Underground Synagogue Connects Material and Spiritual
New synagogue dedicated in central station of Tel Aviv-Jerusalem rail line
Chabad UG At Duke Purchases Bankrupt Hotel
Chabad UG at Duke’s new building is a historic boutique hotel
From Meadows to Metropolis in Northern Toronto
It was with a poignant sense of deja vu, on a chilly afternoon this spring, that Rabbi Zalman and Esty Grossbaum welcomed guests to a…
New Mikvah To Open In Memory of IDF Lone Soldier
Mikvah at Chabad RGV in South Texas will be dedicated in memory of local IDF Sgt. Sean Carmeli
Chabad In Hannover Germany Inaugurates Their New Center ‘Beis Binyomin’, Named After The Late Rabbi Benny Wolff
One year after Hanover’s Chabad Rabbi Benny Wolff passed away at the age of 43, his family and community inaugurated a new Chabad center in…
A Jewish Community in Central Florida Passes the Torch
Brevard County, has seen tremendous population growth over the past decade. Recently, Temple Israel, a mainstay Reform congregation in the area, sold eight acres of…
Nature & Nurture at New Colorado Chabad Campus
Everything in Colorado circles back to outdoor recreation, and Chabad of South Metro Denver’s new $6 million campus is no exception.
Where the KKK Once Marched, a Thriving Jewish Presence
Earlier this month, the Jewish community in Forsyth County, Georgia, laid the cornerstone for the first Jewish establishment in an area where it once would…
Fire at UD Chabad Ruled Arson
Authorities have ruled that Tuesday night’s fire at the Chabad Center for Jewish Life at the University of Delaware in Newark, Delaware, was intentionally set.…
Hanover, Germany: A Tragedy and a Choice
Fifteen years ago, Zev Iluz’s phone rang. The Israeli expat had settled in Hanover, Germany, to escape the pressures of life in Israel. He wanted…
The First Outpost: Casablanca, Morocco
In the early 1950s, these young couples were dispatched by the Rebbe to Morocco to help its illustrious, Sephardic Jewish community under threat. To Read…
A Hebrew School Becomes A Community
How has one innovative Hebrew School made the Big Apple the city of choice for Jewish families? To Read The Full Magazine Story Log In…
Growing Gains in Toronto
Even as he cut the ribbon on the doors of the Romano Chabad Centre, Rabbi Mendel Bernstein knew it was too small. To Read The…
What’s Joe DiMaggio Got To Do With Chabad?
Joe DiMaggio walks into a Chabad synagogue. This is not a joke. Although he died years ago, Joe has become a friend of our center.…
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