Thursday, / February 22, 2024
Articles Filed Under “Shluchim”
Ep. 42: Fighting Fires and Pedaling Wine Bicycles: the Portland Jewish Oasis
The 42nd episode in its series about the personal struggles and achievements of Chabad representatives
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…
California Chabad Rabbi Donates Kidney
Paul, a resident of Northern California’s Bay Area, was not likely to make it to his 60th birthday. Advanced kidney disease meant that he’d need…
Generations of Shluchim Build Community in Ottawa
Historic “Connors House” — Built by Frank Lloyd Wright’s Pupil — Hosts the Future of Ottawa Chabad
Israeli Delegation to The Hague Finds Warm Jewish Welcome Courtesy of Chabad
Israeli Ambassador to the Netherlands: “Chabad … Radiates Warmth and Hope”
Ep. 41: Holy High: How Milwaukee Became Home to a Revolutionary Jewish Prep School
The 41st episode in its series about the personal struggles and achievements of Chabad representatives
Small, Scrappy, Innovative: Hebrew School 3.0
A new census of North American Jewish supplementary schools found an alarming decline in attendance. But the data also tell another story: across the country,…
Old Greenwich, Connecticut, Gets Infusion of Jewish Community
Storied Chabad-Lubavitch Emissary Family Sees Sixth Generation Embark to Lead American Jewish Community
Chanukah Begins With Light, Love And Jewish Pride In Response To Darkness
Chabad-Led Chanukah Celebrations Around the World Bring Urgently-Needed Boost of Jewish Pride and Confidence Amid Ongoing War in Israel, Rising Antisemitism
University of Minnesota Welcomes On-Campus Kosher Restaurant in Powerful Show of Jewish Pride and University Solidarity
Amid spike in campus antisemitism, “Holy Guacamole” restaurant by Chabad on Campus makes Jewish students feel welcome
Ep. 40: Sparkling Beaches, Tiki Torch Menorahs & Jewish Outreach In Curaçao
The 40th episode in its series about the personal struggles and achievements of Chabad representatives
Chabad’s Dublin Deli Brings Kosher Flavor to the Emerald Isle
Deli 613 Has Become a Haven for Locals and Visitors Alike
6,500 Chabad Rabbis Gather in Show of Jewish Pride and Solidarity
Annual Conference of Chabad-Lubavitch Emissaries Focused on Promoting Jewish Pride, Fighting Antisemitism by Increasing in Light, and Solidarity with Israel Amid War
Illini Chabad Dedicates 27,000-Square-Foot Center
Governor J. B. Pritzker Cuts Ribbon, Praises the Center’s Message of Belonging and Inclusion Amid Antisemitism
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
After Two Jewish Hostages Freed, Their Rabbi is Thankful, Prayerful Amid Continuing Crisis
Evanston Chabad Rabbi Meir Hecht “Grateful” After Community Members Judith and Natalie Raanan Freed from Gaza; Rabbi Prays for Hostages Still in Captivity
As “Second Front” Threatens to Flare Up, Chabad Works Tirelessly for the Jews of Israel’s North
Metulla, Israel, is all but deserted today. As mortars, rocket artillery and missiles are launched by terror groups into Northern Israel, the Israeli military has…
Jews Unite Worldwide Amid Horrific Situation in Israel
Chabad centers in Israel provide shelter and support
In Canada’s Prairies, a Sweet New Year is Produced Locally at Chabad
Saskatchewan Jewish families join Chabad rabbi to extract fresh, local honey at Chabad's apiary
Amid Earthquake’s Devastation, Chabad-Lubavitch of Morocco an Oasis of Aid
Chabad checking in on survivors, organizing food and water distribution, and aiding those displaced from their homes
Creating Community on the Ball Court
They come for basketball. They stay for Judaism.
City Names Street “Chabad Way,” Recognizing Chabad at University of Illinois’ 20-Year-Anniversary
When the 4,000 or so Jewish students who call the University of Illinois home walk down Armory Ave. in Champaign, Illinois, they’ll notice a new…
Launching Chabad Centers — No Longer Just a Young Person’s Game
Until recently, there had been no synagogue active in the town.
Second Chabad Center Opens in Cowboy State
With the opening this past spring of Chabad of Laramie, the campus town now has a Chabad House as well, and the Cowboy State's 1500…
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