Bais Menachem of Boro Park celebrated a Siyum Harambam this week, with speakers Rabbi Moshe Wolberg, Rabbi Berel Lazar, Rabbi Yitzchok Raitport, and Rabbi Elazar Nissen Rubin, maggid shiur of a local Rambam class in Yiddish.
Rabbonim, shluchim, mashpi’im, locals and guests gathered as a new Torah, dedicated in memory of Rabbi Leibel Groner, the Rebbe‘s mazkir, was paraded on Crown Heights streets with music and dancing towards 770, where joyous hakafos were held.
The Sydney Chabad community held a full-capacity farbrengen to mark Gimmel Tammuz and the 40th Siyum Harambam, with addresses by Rabbi Pinchus Feldman, Rabbi Levi Jaffe, Rabbi Yosef Feldman and Rabbi Yanky Berger.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Tuesday that New York is lifting nearly all COVID-19 restrictions, after the state on Monday cleared the threshold of 70 percent of adult residents having received at least one vaccine dose.
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One of the steady participants of the Siyum is Rabbi Yechiel Michel Daskal, Rosh Yeshivah of Vizhnitz in Boro Park. Due to the time constraints, Rabbi Daskal’s remarks are presented here as a continuation and the Rov’s participation in the grand celebration.
Igud Hamelamdim has placed tens of teachers, principals and other chinuch personnel in Chabad mosdos around the globe.
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Family, friends and admirers gathered to write the final letters in the new Sefer Torah dedicated Monday in memory of Rabbi Yehuda Leib Groner a”h, the Rebbe’s dedicated mazkir of over 40 years.
The winner of the Kuntres from the Rebbe has been announced. The winners of 6 months of rent or mortgage payments and round trip tickets to anywhere in the world remain to be drawn! Take part today!
As a befitting preparation for Gimmel Tammuz, students from the different yeshivas in Moscow gathered for a shabbos of unity. It was a shabbos full of davening, learning and farbrenging.
The L’Chaim of Shmulie Cunin of Los Angeles, CA and Mushka Bekhor of Milan, Italy took place Monday night at Ulam Chana Hall.
A 4-Day Summer Learning Retreat for post-seminary girls will take place next week at the impressive Vallevue of Morristown, in Morristown, NJ. The program will be a combination of beautiful amenities, inspiring classes, and unique workshops.
Friendship Circle in Livingston, N.J., marked Gimmel Tammuz with the installation of an interactive exhibit about the Rebbe, which includes photos and videos showing the Rebbe’s love and care for every individual.
Rabbonim, families, and friends, gathered on Sunday to celebrate with the 35 musmachim of Achei Tmimim in Crown Heights, and to witness them receiving their smicha certificates.
Community activists strongly encourage Crown Heights residents to vote between June 12 – 20, for a safer community and for the future of our yeshivos. Here’s how it works.
On Monday, Florida governor Ron DeSantis visited The Shul of Bal Harbour, where he signed a bill requiring public schools to hold a moment of silence in their classrooms at the beginning of each day, a cause which the Rebbe strongly promoted.
Rabbi Yitzchak Dovid Groner, who passed away on 4 Tammuz 5768, was the man who built Lubavitch in Australia. He was known for his dynamic personality and his exceptional love for his community.
The New York and New England Regional Kinus HaShluchim, held in the days preceding Gimmel Tammuz, culminated with an upscale dinner banquet program chaired by Rabbi Motti Grossbaum of Setauket, NY, and addressed by Rabbi Moshe Kotlarsky, Rabbi Shais Taub and others.
Over 315 Chabad House communities from across the globe will be joining tonight for “Unfazed”, a meaningful and impactful Gimmel Tammuz program.
The first in-person gathering of Shluchim on the East Coast took place last week at the New York and New England Regional Kinus HaShluchim in Setauket, New York, with 100 shluchim gathering for a day of workshops, programs and farbrengens.
The Cincinnati community celebrated the 40th Siyum HaRambam on Gimmel Tammuz, in a beautiful event arranged by the local N’shei Chabad, and hosted in the Yeshiva building, currently being remodeled as a replica of 770.
Bochurim gathered on Sunday, Gimmel Tammuz for an award ceremony and siyum for the Hanachos program of Vaad Talmidei Hatmimim, with the three top winners receiving a full set of Toras Menachem, over 100 seforim.
Gallery and Video: Thousands gathered for the historic 40th Siyum Harambam in front of 770 Eastern Parkway on Sunday, Gimmel Tammuz. A drone captured the captivating scenes.
Something’s been missing…and now it’s here: For 40 cycles, English speakers were unable to access the Rambam’s introduction to Sefer Hamitzvos, learned during the first days of a new cycle. Chayenu is setting out to change that.
The 8th grade boys of Cheder Chabad Monsey celebrated their graduation this past week, receiving rewards for excellence in study and conduct.
In honor of Gimmel Tammuz and the 40th Siyum Harambam, Dvar Malchus will be offering discounted prices for communities, shuls and schools across North America that would like to order the weekly booklet, with the goal of encouraging more people to take on the learning of the Rebbe’s Torah, and Chitas and Rambam.