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Articles Filed Under “Shluchim”
Celebrating Gains in Jewish Life at Largest Ever Chabad Conference
Record-breaking attendance at this year’s International Conference of Chabad-Lubavitch Emissaries, set to take place this weekend in Brooklyn, New York, highlights a year of continued…
Kenosha, Wisconsin, Gets New Jewish Home in Stunning Turnaround
After three years of meticulous planning fell apart, Rabbi Tzali and Rivkie Wilschanski found a new home for their 118-year-old Jewish community in just three…
Ep. 31: Merging Torah And Science: Lessons From The Life Of Dr. Binyomin Abrams
The 31st episode in its series about the personal struggles and achievements of Chabad representatives
Jewish Community and Culture Comes to Life in Martha’s Vineyard
Ahead of the summer of 2022, the Alperowitzes booked a one-way ticket to the island on the ferry and launched Chabad of Martha’s Vineyard out…
Holidays after the Hurricane: Chabad of Cape Coral Observes Yom Kippur
Despite flooded streets, power outages, and evacuations, Cape Coral’s Jewish community came together for Yom Kippur services at Rabbi Yossi Labkowski’s Chabad center
Chabad Centers Gear Up for Relief Efforts in Hurricane-Battered West Florida
With thousands still trapped by Hurricane Ian’s storm surge, local Florida Chabad centers are offering a helping hand, delivering meals, and coordinating rescue and cleanup…
Russia’s Rabbis Issue Joint Resolution at Emergency Conference in Moscow
Over seventy-five rabbis who lead Russia’s Jewish communities issued a joint resolution reaffirming their commitment to remain at their posts, and calling for peace
Ep. 29: Everything Grows on Kauai … Why Not Yiddishkeit?
The 29th episode in its series about the personal struggles and achievements of Chabad representatives
Georgia Native Returns as Chabad Rabbi
Rabbi Chaim grew up just north of Atlanta in a home that was traditional, but didn’t practice all the particulars of a religious Jewish lifestyle
Chabad of Illinois’ “First Responders” Prepare to Confront Mental Health Crisis
On July 24 and 25, one hundred Chabad emissaries gathered for a Mental Health training conference in the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Northbrook, Illinois, just…
Lessons We Live With: An Infinite Reservoir
Ahead of Gimmel Tammuz, Lubavitch.com asked Shluchim to share a teaching of the Rebbe that informs their approach to shlichus, and their lives.
Lessons We Live With: Moshe’s Sheep
Ahead of Gimmel Tammuz, Lubavitch.com asked Shluchim to share a teaching of the Rebbe that informs their approach to shlichus, and their lives.
Ep. 25: Transforming Unfathomable Loss Into Jewish Light And Warmth
The 25th episode in its series about the personal struggles and achievements of Chabad representatives
A Funeral & a Bar Mitzvah
After Naomi Rosenberg’s funeral, Rabbi Alter Korf brought her dream true by celebrating a bittersweet Bar Mitzvah with her two sons
Lisbon Conference Evokes Memories For Chabad Emissaries
Chabad emissaries from across Europe and Africa gathered on the Portuguese pier where the Lubavitcher Rebbe escaped Nazi-occupied Europe in 1941
Ep. 24: Bagels, Bears & Baalei Teshuva in Berkeley
The 24th episode in its series about the personal struggles and achievements of Chabad representatives
Lamplighters 1 Year Anniversary: Our Favorite Stories
The 23rd episode in its series about the personal struggles and achievements of Chabad representatives
Small Town, Small Miracles, Big Impact
A Chabad couple puts their gift for leadership, friendship, and partnership to work, enriching the Jewish community of Las Cruces, NM
Seders To Remember: Pickpocket At The Prison Seder
Rabbinical students travel the world, bringing the entire Seder to Jews who live far from the madding crowds. Here are some glimpses of their experiences.
Guest Editorial: Why Is This Night’s Matzah Different?
It’s 2022, and this year your matzah may likely taste radically different from all other Passover matzahs. The simple Passover matzah, made of nothing but…
Ep. 22: “Yes, There Are Jews In Montana!”
The 22nd episode in its series about the personal struggles and achievements of Chabad representatives
California Rabbi & Ohio Trucker Rescue Paralyzed Grandmother in Ukraine
A baffling plea for help reached Rabbi Mendy and Esther Harlig on March 7th. A member of their Chino Hills, California community asked if the…
New Orleans Kicks Off Fourth Generation of Chabad Outreach
Rabbi Yossi and Mushka Cohen have been appointed Chabad emissaries to New Orleans, bringing Chabad’s outreach into its fourth generation
Ep. 19: Bringing Together the “Patchwork” Community of Solano County
The 19th episode in its series about the personal struggles and achievements of Chabad representatives
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