Hatzalah of Metrowest (formerly Hatzalah of West Orange & Livingston) announced the launch of its Morristown division, effective Rosh Hashanah 5783.
The main shul of 770 was full from wall to wall early Sunday morning as hundreds of anash and bochurim recited the lengthy selichos of Erev Rosh Hashana.
Shofar will be blown on Eastern Parkway on both days of Rosh Hashana for those unable to attend shul, every hour on the hour, starting from 10:00 AM until 6:30 PM.
This year, over 60 Chabad yeshivos and communities around the world published over 200 kovtzim, with a grand total of over 22,000 pages of chidushei Torah printed. Now available online.
Pirsum Rishon: An image of a pre-Rosh Hashanah card written by the Frierdiker Rebbe to the bochurim learning in Lubavitch is being published for the first time, exclusively on Anash.org.
Anash of France gathered in Shuls across Paris on Erev Rosh Hashana for the final selichos and shacharis of 5782, and to recite hataras nedarim and pruzbul.
As the final preparations were being made for Rosh Hashanah in Moscow, Russia, a messenger arrived at the Marina Roscha shul with a special delivery: A letter from President Vladimir Putin with warm wishes for the new year.
In preparation for the new year, the Lincoln Place Shul and Beis Hamedrash in northern Crown Heights held a grand farbrengen led by Rabbi Mendel Groner.
Every year, the Rebbe would issue a michtav kloli before Rosh Hashana, addressing the theme of the upcoming year. In the letter sent in 5740, the Rebbe wrote about the significance of the upcoming Hakhel year. Read and download here.
Revealed miracles and miracles in hindsight, exciting discoveries, new projects, and frauds in marriage and in kashrus. Here are the most-read articles on Anash.org of this past year.
Over the last year, Anash.org has brought Lubavitch not only quality and meaningful news, but also many thought-provoking articles and essays. As 5782 draws to a close, we bring you the best twenty features and submissions from this past year.
As we conclude the last moments of 5782 and prepare for the start of the new year, Anash.org remembers the tears and the joys, the hardship and hope of a year gone by.
Mivtza Shofar – 770 will once again be assigning hundreds of locations for mivtzoim on both days of Rosh Hashana, and your help is needed. Here’s how you can take part.
Hakhel es ha’am: Join Anash.org as we bring you the sights and scenes of thousands of chassidim joining together to spend Tishrei 5783 in Lubavitch. Six prominent businesses are sponsoring Anash.org’s extensive coverage.
The wedding of Levi Gourarie and Rachely Benarroch, both of Crown Heights took place on Monday night at Oholei Torah.
Members of anash of Baltimore gathered for a picnic celebration marking the launch of a building campaign for a new building that will unite two local shuls under one roof and serve as a community center.
As shluchim begin to plan for Hakhel 5783, JLI has announced that the successful Shabbos in the Heights mini-retreat will return after Pesach.
The L’Chaim of Mendy Hendel of Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Tzivie Rodal of Johannesburg, South Africa, took place Tuesday night at Bais Rivkah Hall.
The Moshiach Office of Merkos 302, in partnership with the Hakhel Office of Tzach, recently announced the launch of “HakhelNation,” a full suite of Hakhel resources for anyone who wishes to fulfill the Rebbe’s directive of experiencing Hakhel for this year.
Harav Yaakov Viderevitch, Moscow Rov and later of New York, was once taking a walk with Mr. Zev Wissotzky, founder of the famous tea company. A conversation about the dogs turned into an important lesson for Mr. Wissotzky.
The Tishrei spirit was felt in the streets and shops of Crown Heights on Friday, as the thousands of guests joined locals in preparing for the final Shabbos of 5782. Plus: Shalom Zachor list.
In 5714, the Rebbe founded Keren Hashana, a fund that distributes tzedaka twice a day on your behalf. Throughout the years, during the month of Tishrei, the Rebbe would publicly encourage participation in this fund.
Yeshivas Lubavitch Cincinnati, under the leadership of Rabbi Gershon Atvzon, stood in front of “770- Cincinnati” for their annual picture.
A campaign has been set up by friends and family of Yerucham Katz to help ensure that his wife and children have the financial stability necessary to navigate this unthinkable time.
After a delay due to international shipping disruptions, Kehot Publication Society finally received a shipment of the new edition of Derech Chaim, an Elul and Yomim Noraim learning classic.
Bochurim who just arrived by the Rebbe for Tishrei joined Rabbi Zushe Winner, Rosh Yeshiva of Chovevei Torah, for a farbrengen in preparation for Rosh Hashana organized by Vaad Talmidei Hatemimim.