Florida Governor Meets With Parkland Chabad Community Leaders

Florida Governor Meets With Parkland Chabad Community Leaders

“We cannot just wait to respond to the next crisis. We need to deal with the fundamental moral void and emotional darkness that currently exists and is causing so much violence and suffering.”

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February Is Jewish Inclusion Month

Inclusion seems to be the buzzword of the year. But what does it mean? This February the Ruderman Chabad Inclusion Initiative has partnered with Friendship Circle International to get this word into the limelight.

Staff Writer | News | Monday, February 19

Young Jewish Professionals Down Unda' Create A Community

Chabad Young Professionals of Melbourne celebrated their two-year milestone this week with a gala at the River Room in the chic Crown Towers downtown. Members of CYP were joined by friends, supporters, local rabbis and community leaders as they marked another successful year of a fledgling organization with their first annual gala.

Ashira Weiss | News | Thursday, February 15

Hot Meals in Cold Snow

Rather than slowing down during this latest snowfall, in which Moscow saw over half of their monthly snowfall come down in one day, Shaarei Tzedek Chessed Center has kicked their activities into high gear. The regular distribution of food packages to the homebound and elderly, have been supplemented with blankets, portable heaters and window sealing kits.

Ashira Weiss | News | Wednesday, February 7

Gearing Up For SuperBowl Sunday With A Kosher Tailgate Party

“Patriots and Eagles fans may find themselves in Vikings territory, but Chabad’s kosher tailgate party will be their Jewish home away from home,”

Frayda Kaplan | News | Friday, February 2

Kosher At NFC Championship

Last night’s NFC Championship in Philadelphia gave Kosher football fans something to chew on. As the Philadelphia Eagles headed off against the Minnesota Vikings in a last game before the Super Bowl.

Staff Writer | News | Monday, January 22

Vienna's Jewish Renaissance

The revival is arresting. Fritz Bittman, one of few remaining Jews born in the shadows of the Holocaust, offers a rarefied perspective. He considers the arc of change from the post-Holocaust years when young Jews had only negative associations with their Jewish heritage. “Without the work of Chabad in Vienna, a lot of youngsters here would not know what Judaism is. The Lubavitcher Rebbe has released a lot of sparks.”

Baila Olidort | News | Thursday, January 18

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