Judaism Grows in Pacific Northwest

Judaism Grows in Pacific Northwest

It is surprising that this city, which claims the smallest percentage of religiously affiliated citizens in the U.S., counts some 11 Chabad centers.

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The Sun-Sentinel - FL

Munich survivor Alon to speak

March 1, 2015

The Sacramento Bee - CA

French Jew who spied on Nazis comes to Rocklin

March 1, 2015

Jerusalem Post

Chabad Hassidim reach out to the disabled

March 1, 2015

Palm Beach Daily News - FL

Woman inspired by family's Shabbos video to address Chabad

February 27, 2015

Hunterdon County Democrat - NJ

Chabad of Hunterdon CTeen group makes impact in community

February 25, 2015

Hunterdon County Democrat - NJ

Chabad Hebrew School fundraiser brings attention to hunger

February 25, 2015

The Collegian, OH

Holocaust survivor Rabbi Mangel speaks at Colorado State University

February 24, 2015

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Education Olympics Finalists Compete in Jerusalem

Sixty finalists of the Darkeinu Olympic Jewish heritage quiz were flown to Israel from countries in the Former Soviet...

Rosie Jacobs | News | Thursday, April 23

Kehot Publication Garners Benjamin Franklin Book Award

Daily Wisdom, an anthology of 378 lessons from the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, was the gold...

Rosie Jacobs | News | Wednesday, April 15

Historic Birmingham Synagogue Restored

300 members of the community of Birmingham, England met in the Jospeh Cohen hall to celebrate the rededication of the 159 year old Singers Hill Synagogue.

Mushkie Junik | News | Thursday, March 19

Kharkiv's Woes Didn't Stop Purim Pomp

With Ukraine’s war in the east and the nation’s economic collapse, you’d think Purim might have taken...

Staff Writer | News | Monday, March 9

Ottawa Government Grant Supports Chabad’s Initiative for Seniors

For its work teaching seniors to navigate the rapidly evolving technological and medical fields, the Jewish Youth...

Staff writer | News | Thursday, January 22

Historic Nevada Cemetery Restored

In 1864, The Eureka Hebrew Society purchased a plot of ground on Cedar Hill, in Virginia City, Nevada, for a cemetery....

Staff Writer | News | Wednesday, January 21

"WALK TALL AS JEWS" Rabbi Jonathan Sacks On Jewish Pride

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