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.
JLI presents its unique one-minute video featuring a powerful and relevant message from the weekly Parsha. Here is this week’s video for Rosh Hashana.
Harav Gedalya Oberlander, rov of Heichal Menachem in Monsey, NY, and member of Vaad Rabbonei Lubavitch, published a short halachic digest of halachos that pertain to Rosh Hashana during the coronavirus pandemic.
As many of the Breslov Chassidim, who had hoped to get permission to travel to Uman, left Ukranian borders and returned to Eretz Yisroel, central Breslov organizations thanked shluchim for help over the past weeks.
Watch: Singer Eliasef Hefetz and musician Yosef Yitzchak Zoldan present a medley of Chabad niggunim and classics from the Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur tefillos.
Attendance for community services and yom tov meals may be limited or altogether non-existent this year, but that’s not stopping shluchim, with the help of Merkos 302, from bringing the mitzvos and spirit of the day to their communities.
Watch: The second video in JEM’s ‘Highlights from 770’ series documents the evening and morning of 29 Elul 5749, Erev Rosh Hashana 5750 with the Rebbe.
The gabboyim of the main shul at 770 have issued guidelines for Rosh Hashana, including how the tefillos will be run, outdoor minyonim, Tashlich and the Motzei Yom Tov Farbrengen.
The village of Kfar Chabad, capital of Chabad in Eretz Yisroel, can aptly be described as the ‘sister city’ of Crown Heights. Now, they are turning to the residents of Crown heights for help.
The new ‘Leil Shishi’ learning program offering a spiritual and physical taste of Shabbos is expanding with a new shiur by Rabbi Yisroel Noach Raichik streamed live online.
Oholei Torah Zal will be closed until after Sukkos after a number of Bochurim tested positive for Covid. Bochurim unable to return home will be provided with all their needs.
Hours after the historic peace agreement between Israel and the UEA was signing in Washington, DC, Rabbis Berel Lazar and Shmueli Feldman met with Bahrani and Emirati Ambassadors for a lengthy discussion on important issues.
Due to the recent uptick in Covid cases in Crown Heights forcing many people to remain home, Rabbi Avrohom Osdoba and Rabbi Yosef Braun of the Crown Heights Beis Din issued guidelines for davening alone or with porch minyanim during Rosh Hashana.
Rabbi Yosef Hecht tells how he became Chief Rabbi of Eilat at the age of 29 and the special gift the Rebbe gave his 2-year-old son to give to his father.
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