A group of passengers whose El Al flight from New York to Israel was forced to land in Athens, Greece for Shabbos, thanked their Shluchim hosts by sponsoring a new state-of-the-art Mikva.
120 sets of the Rebbe’s Torah were raffled off between the participants of the global chalukah of the Rebbe’s Torah. See the full list of winners.
It’s been three years since the Lubavitch Chabad of Illinois’ Lag b’Omer Festival has inspired thousands. With restrictions lifted, the community anticipated a return to routine, but what they got was even better.
A fire broke out Wednesday evening on the rooftop of the apartment building neighboring the Jewish Children’s Museum. Firefighters extinguished the flames with no injures reported.
The faculty of Oholei Torah gathered in front of 770 for a group photo with the bochurim of Shiur Daled, who will be heading this coming year out on shlichus to yeshivos around the world.
Learning is a significant part of children’s upbringing and education. How do we get our children to enjoy and love learning? Contemporary Chinuch with Rabbi Michoel Gourarie.
The Lubavitcher community of Kingston, PA, gathered for a Siyum Harambam, with a catered seudas mitzvah and addresses by locals and guests.
Cheder Chabad of Philadelphia enjoyed a packed program on Lag B’omer, starting with a parade, and continuing with a rally, carnival and Siyum Harambam.
Shluchim from across the state of New Jersey gathered on Monday night and Tuesday for a kinus hisorerus, with sessions, roundtable discussions and a grand banquet.
After 3 years where the Flatbush Lag B’Omer Parade had to be scaled down due to restrictions, it was back this year better than ever, led by a marching band and a cavalry of NYPD horses.
A full day of programs marked Lag B’omer in Almaty, Kazakhstan, including a parade that continued until the Ohel of Harav Levi Yitzchok Schneerson, father of the Rebbe, where a Siyum Harambam was also held.
Students of Cheder Lubavitch of Paris held a Lag B’omer parade through the streets of the city, followed by a rally and a activities in a local park. They were addressed by the Cheder’s menahel Rabbi Levi Azimov.
Camp Gan Israel of Parksville, New York, announced the head counselors, learning directors and the head staff of the Bar Mitzvah Division who will lead this summer season.
10,000 Yeshiva parents and graduates signed the ProtectChinuch.com petition in the last 72 hours. With the Jewish community at large still lacking its goal number, Protect Chinuch pledges to raise the goal.
Live at 8:00 PM: The fourth Shiur from Machon ‘Taharas Habayis’ new Halacha series for married men will take place tonight at Empire Shteibel. Shiur 4 will be with Rabbi Pesach Schmerling.
Episode 24 of Lamplighters podcast presents the story of Rabbi Yehuda and Rebbetzin Miriam Ferris who, for the last 40 years, have shared the beauty of the Torah with the Jews of freewheeling Berkeley, California.
In honor of the 20th birthday of Meir Likhovetski on 27 Iyar, his friends and classmates from Chovevei Torah Zal and Toronto Yeshiva published a Kovetz Ha’aros in his memory.
Two Lag B’omer community celebrations were held in Toronto, with 2500 attending the event in the north and 1000 in the south. Participants of both events enjoyed inflatables, rides, a carnival, BBQ, bonfire and more.
Spend 5 days in the scenic Pocono mountains for a beautiful family-style Shavuos program with deliciously catered food and children’s programs.
In honor of the Siyum HaRambam and Lag B’omer, bochurim in the Postville Yeshiva gathered for a festive seudah interspersed with divrei Torah related to the Rambam and Rashbi.