Tuesday, / April 13, 2021
Articles Filed Under “New Centers”
A Homecoming
Rabbi Shmuel and Shterni Freedman arrived with their baby in December, just as the annual Chabad menorah lighting was about to begin. The community turned…
New Shluchim to Casa Grande, AZ
Casa Grande, located approximately halfway between Phoenix and Tuscon in Arizona is quickly becoming a city of choice for families and individuals looking for cheaper,…
Turning Lament to Laughter
“I will never forget that horrific day,” says Rabbi Friedman. “I’ll never forget when Andy told me his daughter was probably among the fatalities. And…
New Shluchim to Tracy, CA
As many people transferred to a work-from-home model during the last year due to COVID restrictions, many, especially those with young children, began to look…
New Shluchim to Burien, WA
Rabbi Moshe and Devorah Wolff have been appointed to establish a new Chabad center to service the cities of Burien, Federal Way, and the surrounding…
New Shluchim to Lagos, Nigeria
When Rabbi Mendy and Mazal Sternbach met for the first time, they discovered they had matching stamps on their passports: both had spent time assisting…
Driving Rural Georgia
The last place Rabbi Chaim Markovits expected to hear an authentic, heimish Yiddish with a Brooklyn accent was in Macon, Georgia (pop. 150,000).
New Shluchim to San Fernando Valley, California
Rabbi Mendel and Sheva Rapoport were recently appointed to join the team at Chabad of the Valley in California. They will boost Chabad’s
Planting Jewish Seeds in Atwater
Jonathan found a surprise on his doorstep. The sixty-year-old resident of Atwater Village, a suburb to the northeast of Los Angeles examined the gift basket…
New Shluchim To Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia
Rabbi Mendel and Esty Khutoretsky established a Chabad center on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia. They joined the team of Chabad of Rural and…
New Shluchim To West Bel Air, California
Rabbi Mendy and Dobie Mentz were recently appointed to establish a Chabad community in West Bel Air, Los Angeles.
Cranberry Township, On The Precipice Of A Jewish Future
New Shluchim bring Jewish community to Pittsburgh suburb
New Center For Chabad At Oberlin
New Chabad center is first permanent Jewish presence in Ohian city
New Shluchim to the Crescenta Valley, CA
Rabbi Mendy and Mushka Grossbaum have been appointed to open the first Chabad center in Los Angeles’ Crescenta Valley. The couple plans to move to…
New Shluchim to Houston, TX
Rabbi Menny and Peri Raichik have opened a new Chabad center in Houston, Texas. The Chabad Israeli center will provide Hebrew-language programming for Hebrew speaking…
New Shluchim to Erie, PA
Just as soon as coronavirus restrictions ease up, Chabad will open in Erie, Pennsylvania. Rabbi Dovie and Mushkie Kivman will move from their home in Brooklyn to serve…
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…
It Happened At The Dinner Table
It’s the only state in the U.S. where support for Israel is as official as its state-issued motor-vehicle license plates. In 2014, when entrenched hostility…
A Mikvah in the Dominican Republic—Seventy Years Later
The newly-inaugurated mikvah in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic looks like any other Jewish ritual bath. Bricks of Jerusalem stone line the walls, the water is…
Women’s Mikveh To Open in Nigeria
West Africa will open the doors to its very first state-of-the-art mikveh in late spring 2016.
Center With A Soul Goes Up In Wilmette, Illinois
Rabbi Dovid and Rivke Flinkenstein managed Chabad’s activities in their basement before moving to a storefront in Kely Cleaners Plaza, slowly expanding into several of…
Chabad To Open in Angola
Rabbi Levi Itshak and Dvora Léa Chekly, a young couple who spent time in Africa, were appointed Chabad representatives to this Southern African country.
Kansai, Japan: New Chabad Representatives Revive Jewish Community
The Kinki (Kansai), historic Jewish community was in shambles when American bombers took out its synagogue and Jewish community center in Kobe, Japan in 1944.
New Jersey Locales Get First Jewish Center
Robbinsville and Hamilton are very different townships. Situated near Trenton, one is residential, the other more of a commercial area. But both had no Jewish…
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