JNet, the Jewish Learning Network pairs Jews who want to learn more about Judaism with Jews who want to teach or study by phone for a half-hour a week. A new Rohr Foundation sponsored project by Merkos L’inyonei Chinuch, JNet has grown to 800 learning pairs strong since it was launched last year. The program offers phone cards to eliminate long distance fees, learning materials via email, and expert guidance for questions along the way.
Sunday, / July 12, 2020
A Most Unusual Event
Shoppers, fresh from the streets of a city mad with holiday glitter swept into the lobby of the New York Hilton and found themselves in…
Rivka Chaya Berman |
From A JNet Chavruta Student: The Stranger On The Plane
I have not seen him in a month, and in that time, the cancer that is chasing my son’s body has paralyzed his entire left…
Court Confirms Chabad’s Exclusive Rights To Flagship Synagogue At 770 Eastern Parkway
“Chabad-Lubavitch World Headquarters is gratified by the decision handed down last week by the Civil Court of the City of New York, confirming exclusive rights…
Chabad Lubavitch HQ |
STATEMENT BY CHABAD-LUBAVITCH WORLD HEADQUARTERS
Every day that Jews are barred from entering the synagogue by armed guards is an unforgivable violation of the Jewish people!
Celebrating Radical Change With Chabad-Lubavitch
The banquet dinner, an elaborate, dramatic affair, is in itself no small nod to the challenge of radical transformation:
Baila Olidort |
Hi Resolution: Annual Photo Captures Thousands of Faces
For some photographers, thousands of rabbis standing around the red ‘no standing’ sign outside Lubavitch World Headquarters are a dream; for others, a nightmare.
Dovid Zaklikowski |