Father, sons and bochurim gathered in 770 to spend the evening playing chess and other games, as the custom is not to learn Torah from sunset until midnight.
Since 1986, Bris Avrohom of Hillside, NJ, has set up more and more menorahs each year, this year erecting a whopping 140 in New Jersey and New York.
Anash.org presents a replay of the farbrengen led by Rabbi Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin on Zos Chanuka, celebrating the miracle of his freedom.
Defying Covid 19, L’chaim Chabad Lubavitch of Manchester created the greatest and most far-reaching Chanukah campaign ever, reaching thousands of British Jews in a incredible way.
In light of the increase in Covid cases in the Crown Heights community, the Beis Din has recommended that tefillin and mezuzos be checked and tzedakah given multiple times a day.
Israel is headed to elections yet again – for the fourth time in less than two years, following the government’s inability to reach a budget agreement.
Essex Jews celebrated Chanukah with 7 livestreamed Public Menorah Lightings from 7 different locations on 7 evenings of Chanukah, culminating in over 1,100 people at a Grand Drive-In Concert Extravaganza.
Since the summer, girls participating in the BJJ Shabbos Mevarchim Tehillim Club have said 21,963 kapitlach and in recognition, Camp Emunah has opened its first ‘store’ in which campers can redeem their prizes.
A sudden electricity shutdown caused the power to go out at Yagdil Torah’s Heichal Halimmud but in almost no time, community members erected a lighting structure to enable learning to continue.
When Daniel Bouknight found a canister containing human ashes from Dachau among his late grandfather’s possession, he was unsure what to do with it, until he spoke with a nearby shliach.
Defiance in Samarkand, a newly translated book by Rabbi Shlomo Chai Niyazov, takes the reader through a journey of a civilization over a millennium old, paying homage to a remarkable corner of the world.
A brand new webinar created by Mikvah.org aims to give parents a Chassidishe hashkafa on life’s important but delicate topics, and to enable them to transmit these ideals to their children.
Chabad of Ulster County, NY, is raising funds to finish the building of its mikvah which is already 95% complete.
The Hillside community joined Bris Avrohom for the lighting of a 500lb ice menorah, followed by a car parade and dancing on countless street corners.
“When I first heard about Chabad’s Ambassadors Of Light program, I was a little intimidated. Give out menorah kits to friends and family? I don’t want to build a reputation of being pushy or overbearing.”
At a Covid-safe Chanukah celebration, Rabbi Pesach and Chana Burston of Chabad of Orange County honored several frontline workers “for being pillars of light during the darkness of the pandemic.”
Watch: Kitah Aleph at Cheder at the Ohel created a presentation for Chanukah, playing out the story of the battle of the Maccabees and the miracle of the jug of oil.
Students at Sacramento Jewish Academy created an impressive exhibit for their community, showcasing ideas in Yiddishkeit illuminated by Chassidus.
Chabad of Melbourne CBD hosted its annual Chanukah in the City, and celebrated the fact that Melbourne marked 50 “donut” days on Chanukah – meaning days without new cases of Covid-19.
As the season’s first snow storm kicked in, Crown Heights was rapidly buried under layers of snow. Regardless of the weather, though, many cars were witnessed heading out on mivtzoim.