Aliyah Institute and Neshamos are launching a new community-wide mentoring program in memory of Levi Heintz a”h in honor of his shloshim.
In honor of the Aseres Yemei Teshuva, Chabad musicians Menachem Frenkel and Moti K released a heartfelt performance of ‘niggun yashan’ an old niggun attributed to the Alter Rebbe.
Watch: The third video in JEM’s ‘Highlights from 770’ series documents the night following Rosh Hashana in 1989 and the fast of Gedaliah with the Rebbe.
Multiple large tents were erected at Rosh Hashana in the Beis Chaya Mushka in Paris, France to accommodate the large crowds and to maintain proper social distancing.
An uncommon ending to an uncommon Yom Tov: The customary Seder Niggunim that concludes Rosh Hashana took place Sunday evening outside 770 Eastern Parkway to follow COVID-19 health regulations, with only a small crowd gathering indoors.
The community of Crown Heights experienced an ‘unusual’ Rosh Hashana, unlike any they had experienced before. Locals and guests told Anash.org about their experiences and their feelings.
Rabbi Avrohom Lieder, who founded and stood at the helm of the Ahavas Chessed organization and helped thousands with medical needs, passed away on the first night of Rosh Hashana.
It’s not enough to be inspired to elevate ourselves to a higher level of conduct; we must harness those moments of inspiration and make them last.
In connection with the conclusion of Rosh Hashanah, RebbeDrive presents new footage of the Chaluka of Kos Shel Bracha, which took place on Motzei Rosh Hashanah, 5750.
When the board of the Tzemach Tzedek shul saw their newly appointed rav pouring his heart out in prayer, they assumed he was in trouble; the lesson they learned from him then still applies to us today.
The streets of Crown Heights were full Friday with residents and guests preparing for Rosh Hashana.
N’shei Chabad Newsletter Classics: A new column shares treasures from ‘vintage’ editions of the timeless Chabad women’s magazine.
Children around the world experienced their first Tzivos Hashem rally of the 5781 school year.
Over 20 locations for outdoor shofar blowing have been arranged throughout the Crown Heights for the benefit of those unable to attend shul.
Early Friday morning, minyonim for Selichos, Shacharis and Hataras Nedarim filled 770 indoors and outdoors, with the limited amount of guests making the crowds noticeably smaller.
Rabbi Sholom Zirkind, a mashpia in Crown Heights, shares a message about Moshiach and Geulah with Anash.org in honor of Rosh Hashana.
As part of our mission to share Good News, we take pride in sharing significant discoveries in the world of Chabad with our readers. From centuries old photos to ancient recordings, these are the top treasures that were unearthed this year.
With limited sitting and standing space inside 770, an ad-hoc shul was arranged outside the building using 770’s iconic furniture.
Every year, the Rebbe would issue a michtav kloli before Rosh Hashana, addressing the theme of the upcoming year. In the letter sent in 5735, the Rebbe wrote about Rosh Hashana falling out on Shabbos, as it does this year. Read and download here.
5780 was a year unlike any in modern history. Through it all, Lubavitchers in Crown Heights and worldwide turned to Anash.org for the most updated news, timely information and timeless inspiration. We are proud to present our top stories of the year, which proudly reflect the values of our community.
Shofar will be blown on Eastern Parkway on Sunday for those unable to attend shul, every hour on the hour, starting from 10:00 AM until 6:00 PM.
Just in time for 5781: At a gathering of Israeli C-Teen Shluchim, Rabbi Moshe Shilat announced that five new shluchim will be appointed to C-Teen positions in major cities in Eretz Yisroel.
As we prepare for Yom Hazikaron, Anash.org remembers the tears and the joys, the hardship and hope of a year gone by.
To allow for proper social distancing in 770, benches were removed and standing room will be limited as well, with everyone allowed to come only for one day’s shacharis.
To help accommodate the large crowds visiting the Ohel on Erev Rosh Hashana, buses will be traveling from Crown Heights to the Ohel and back on the hour.