Rabbi Sholom Zirkind, a mashpia in Crown Heights, shares a message about Moshiach and Geulah with Anash.org in honor of Shabbos.
A new booklet containing letters from the Rebbe regarding grief and mourning was dedicated by Machon Or HaChassidus to Reb Ariel Tzadok a”h, whose neshama returned to his Maker on Lag Baomer night in Meron.
Watch: ‘The Parsha Through the Lens of Reb Levi Yitzchak’ featuring a dvar Torah on the weeks Parsha from the writing of Harav Levi Yitzchak Schneerson as presented by Rabbi Dovid Dubov.
A memorial service for the victims of the Meron tragedy was held in Sydney, Australia, with the participation of the Jewish community and members of the Australian Parliament.
Throughout the pandemic, Lubavitch Chabad of Illinois has found ways to celebrate each Yom Tov using creativity and determination, and Lag B’omer was no different, with a festival and concert arranged in accordance of all local regulations.
The L’Chaim of Dovid Dubov of Orlando, Florida, and Blumi Rosenfeld of Zurich, Switzerland, took place Wednesday night at Lubavitch Yeshiva.
Kollel Menachem of Crown Heights, Chabad’s flagship Kollel, has begun upgrading its Beis Medrash by installing new floors, replacing the decades-old flooring which was in need of urgent repair.
A 24,000 square foot building in Durham, North Carolina, which was formerly the “King’s Daughters Inn”, has been transformed into a Chabad student center by shluchim Rabbi Nossen and Chaya Fellig.
On Monday, Chabad Seine et Marne (77) France, headed by Rabbi Yossi and Tzalcha Amar, gave out tens of Tefillin, Chitas and silver candlesticks to our brothers and sisters in the IDF, keeping a 16-year tradition.
The momentum, excitement and involvement for the ‘Tut Altz’ project continues to grow in numbers, ages, and languages. A large number of resources for week 2 were just released.
A new Torah was started on Tuesday in memory of the victims of the Meron tragedy, spearheaded by a group of local shluchim. The writing began at the very location where the tragedy took place.
To mark the 50th anniversary of the Rebbe’s landmark sicha, MyShliach launched a Yeshivas Erev program to bring an extra chayus in learning to to young shluchim across the USA.
A shiur established by Rabbi Chaim Gurevitch a”h, which grew into one of Crown Height’s largest, is continuing in his memory following his passing on 3 Nissan this year.
Nosson’s Shul of Crown Heights, established 11 years ago in memory of Nosson Deitch a”h, will be purchasing a new property to fill the needs of the growing South Crown Heights community.
The children of the Chabad school “Ohalei Jinuj” in Panama City enjoyed a day in the park, followed by a parade, in honor of Lag B’omer, the hilula of the Rashbi.
Bais Schneur Zal, located in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, announced that they will be opening a Smicha program for bochurim ages 19-20 this coming year.
The 8th grade of Lubavitch Yeshiva Crown St. enjoyed a packed Shabbaton on Lag B’omer weekend, starting with a trip to the Rebbe’s Ohel and continuing with a hike, a fun shabbos, and a Motzei Shabbos BBQ.
Yeshiva Gedolah of Miami, headed by Rosh Yeshiva Harav Yehuda Leib Schapiro, will be launching an innovative program for the upcoming year where they will explore the practical application of Maseches Shabbos, which is being learned in Chabad yeshivos.
The weekly Wednesday night bus to the Ohel will be continuing, with a slight schedule change for the summer. Cost is only $3 for the round trip.
Mr. Meyer Nigri, of the Nigri International Online School and supporter of many Chabad institutions around the world, is visited by Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro after recently being released from the hospital after almost six months of intensive care due to Covid.