Rabbi Yaakov Friedrich, zekan hachassidim – the eldest Chabad chossid, who miraculously survived the Holocaust and went on to take part in rebuilding the Jewish community in Holland, passed away.
In honor of 13 Tishrei, the entire community and guests are invited to take part in dancing in the lead-up to Sukkos.
Hundreds of Bochurim and guests who came to spend the month of Tishrei by the Rebbe, participated in the annual Kinus of bochurim, held each year at 770 Eastern Parkway.
Every year after Sukkos, Rabbi Yeshayahu Herzl puts away his esrog until the next year. This year, when he opened the esrog box, he was amazed to discover that his esrog remained fully intact, in its original size and smell.
As the Anash.org website and community continues to grow, we look forward to rolling out the next generation of Anash.org with new programs and services. The new growth also brings with it new opportunities to join the Anash.org team.
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500 people participated in the impressive “Chag Ha’Semicha” event which took place last week in Oholei Torah’s hall in Crown Heights. Certificates were given out to 270 students who successfully completed the curriculum on 8 tracks.
Instead of waiting months to secure a visa, Israelis will now only have to complete an Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) form a few days before traveling to the US.
The L’chaim of Meir Schechter from Cedarhurst, NY and Chaya Rubin from Saratoga Springs/Monsey took place at FREE.
Reaching new heights: Shluchim Dovid and Devorah Pinson moved from their 20 year long Shlichus in Alberta, to the beautiful and challenging new area of the Canadian Rockies.
In honor of Rabbi Eli and Mrs. Sara Blachman‘s 70th birthdays, their family is celebrating with the completion of a new Torah. Join them as they welcome it to its new home.
Chapters in Chabad History 2: The fire that destroyed Tomchei Tmimim Zhembin, the Rebbe Rashab’s regulations for fundraising, and following the tracks of famous Zhembin alumni.
“Lubavitch is for the whole world!” That’s how the Satmar Rebbe responded to a request by a Lubavitcher shochet to check his shechita knife.
Immediately after breaking their fast on Motzei Yom Kippur, bochurim gathered for a farbrengen in Kollel Menachem led by Long Island Shliach Rabbi Itzik Goldschmidt.
As the solemn yomin noraim concluded and the festive zman simchaseinu began on Motzei Yom Kippur, bochurim joyously danced outside 770 Eastern Parkway.
An ample and delicious seudas yom tov was served on Motzei Yom Kippur by Vaad Hatmimim for hundreds of bochurim who are spending Tishrei by the Rebbe.
Rabbi Shlomo Zarchi, mashpia in Tomchei Temimim, led a spirited farbrengen following Yom Kippur with the bochurim in the upstairs zal.
A short while after the Yom Kippur fast ended in Crown Heights, a full seuda with fish and meat was served in 770 befitting the yomtov.
The L’Chaim of Ari Oirechman of Tallahassee, FL and Rivky Bernstein of Freehold, NJ took place Wednesday night at Lubavitch Yeshiva.
As soon as Yom Kippur concluded, bochurim joined the Zirkind family in building the Rebbe’s sukka in the garden in front of 770 Eastern Parkway.
Thousands attended Yom Kippur minyonim in over 30 shuls across Moscow, with the largest minyan taking place in Marina Roscha shul with Chief Rabbi Berel Lazar. The fast concluded with Napoleon’s March, havdala and a break-fast.
Well over 1,000 anash and bochurim spent Yom Kippur at the Rebbe’s Ohel, with many braving the rain to daven outside in proximity to the Ohel.
Thousands of anash and bochurim filled 770 for a powerful and impactful Yom Kippur of 5784. Here are the details of how the holiest day of the year was marked and a gallery from the moments before and after Yom Tov.
A musical tribute to all the Ten Yad Kallahs – by Jewish music superstars showcasing a medley of the most beautiful Eishel Chayil tunes for the third annual Tenathon.
Thousands of anash and bochurim packed the main shul at 770 Eastern Parkway for mincha of Erev Yom Kippur, followed by a video of the Rebbe’s pre-Yom Kippur bracha.
With the hours progressing towards Yom Kippur, residents and guests rushed to fulfill the customs of Erev Yom Kippur, including the symbolic malkos, the second round of mikvah, and increasing in tzedaka.
A moment before Yom Kippur begins, parents bless their children with birchas habonim. But the one-year-old son of shliach Rabbi Shimmy Hershkovitz won’t be able to receive a bracha from his father…