Monday, / June 17, 2024
Articles Filed Under “Judaism”
Ties That Bind
On American college campuses, on street corners in Israel, and on Instagram, one ritual has emerged as a symbol of Jewish identity and shared experience.
20,000 to Join Lag B’Omer Celebration of Jewish Pride and Unity
“The Great Parade” Will Welcome Jews of All Backgrounds
Counting Days
As we count the weeks and months since the deep traumas of October 7, the practice of Sefirat HaOmer offers insight
Aggieland Mikvah Will Educate Students, Serve Locals
Chabad Serving Texas A&M—U.S.’s Largest College—Builds Unique Mikvah Educational Center
After Two Years of War, Kyiv Chabad Dedicates New Mikvah
“Simcha” Jewish Community Celebrates Jewish Recovery Amid Crisis
“Self-Serve” Tefillin Stands Coming to A Shop Near You
It’s not what you expect to find at Stop&Shop or a Winn-Dixie
With Mitzvahs and Prayers, Jewish Communities Celebrate Hostage Rescue
When 70-year-old Louis Har and 60-year-old Fernando Simon Marman were rescued in a daring joint operation involving the IDF and Israeli police and intelligence, Jewish…
Once A Jew
How far gone is too far gone?
Israeli Delegation to The Hague Finds Warm Jewish Welcome Courtesy of Chabad
Israeli Ambassador to the Netherlands: “Chabad … Radiates Warmth and Hope”
How the IDF Unity Torah Was Born
When Rabbi Shuey Biston of Chabad of Parkland, Florida, visited the Re’im Base on the Gaza border, he was deeply taken by what he saw.…
Hundreds of Family Members of Hostages Pray for their Return at the Ohel
On Trip Courtesy of Chabad in Israel, Family Members are Uplifted and Inspired, Pray Together for Their Loved Ones Still in Gaza
The 102-Year-Old Holocaust Survivor Who Rediscovered His Faith
How A Chess Game in a Manhattan Park Lit a Long-Dormant Jewish Spark
Missouri Restaurant Goes Kosher for a Day to Support Israel
“Kosher Night at Novellus” in Partnership with Chabad of S. Charles County, MO, Aims to Raise 100k for Humanitarian Aid in Israel
#LightForIsrael Campaign Encourages Millions to Respond to Darkness With the Light of Shabbat Candles
Influencers and Shluchim Spread the Word as Shabbat Candles are Lit in Solidarity with Israel
141-Year-Old College Now Offers Kosher in Every Dining Hall
For the first time in the university’s 141-year history, hot kosher meals will be available at all campus dining halls
At the Farmer’s Market
Been to the Farmer’s Market lately?   The freshly-baked hand-braided breads—courtesy of your local Chabad center—are selling out fast.  From Setauket, N.Y. to Petaluma, California, from…
The Songs of the Soul on Shakedown Street
In a unique cultural phenomenon, an outsize percentage of Deadheads — fans of the Grateful Dead band — are Jewish, and when Phish did a…
Tisha B’Av: Remembering for a Better Future
This evening, Jews around the world will remove their shoes, begin a 25-hour fast, and sit low on the floor in the manner of mourners.
Making Waves in Montego Bay
Jewish life flourishes in Jamaica
Stranded in Portland, Jewish Merchant Marine Midshipman Finds Warm Home
When a Jewish U.S. Merchant Marine midshipman found herself stranded in Portland, Oregon, thousands of miles from home, she knew where to find kosher food,…
Utah County Chabad Rescues Ancient Torah Scroll
Local Rare Bookstore Donates Priceless Fire-Damaged Torah Fragment
Jewish Children Compete at JewQ International Torah Championship in Stamford
300 regional finalists from 26 countries competed at the Championship
Israeli Terror Victim Teens Gifted Tefillin and Shabbat Candlesticks on Canadian Trip
A Montreal community member surprised a group of teenage terror victims from Israel on Shabbat, August 20, by offering to donate a pair of tefillin…
Kids Roll Up Their Sleeves and Learn Judaism at New JCrafts Center
In southern Maryland, Jewish kids are having a blast and learning Judaism at Rabbi Levi Raskin’s immersive educational center
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