Serving With Love, Focus At Gala Banquet

Serving With Love, Focus At Gala Banquet

At finale banquet of five-day conference, Chabad representatives focus on serving their communities with love.

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Book Review: Torah From The Warsaw Ghetto

In 1950 a buried manuscript from the Warsaw ghetto was uncovered. "We live in an age in which faith is approached critically, as if it were a scientific equation to be proved and demonstrated—as if logic were its measuring stick and argument could brace it and make it stronger." Learn about faith from those who were forced through it.

Dr. Henry Abramson | News | Monday, January 27

It's Not A Hand-Out, It's A Hand-Up

The clothing drive was a project of Chabad of Markham’s sweeping Tikkun Olam program, a venture that brings suburban families into the lives, and hearts, of people from across greater Toronto.

Dvora Lakein | News | Thursday, January 23

Still a Dollar

In the spring of 1981, the Lubavitcher Rebbe spoke about Jewish unity as an antidote to looming threat of warfare and terror at the time. Specifically, he addressed the power of Jewish children, when united through a Torah scroll.

Dvora Lakein | News | Wednesday, January 22

Today in Jewish History: 24 Tevet, Passing of Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi, founder of Chabad Lubavitch

The end of 1812 found Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi, also known as the Alter Rebbe, journeying through small towns and villages, distancing himself and his family from the Napoleonic invasion of Russia.

Mussi Sharfstein | News | Tuesday, January 21

Marathon Man

Jeremy Cooper, 26, is “running” a marathon, leining every Shabbat for the next 1,000 weeks. Weekday mornings, the Columbia University MBA candidate will get his leining fix at Chabad of the Upper West Side or some other minyan in the city. Cooper’s a newlywed, and he loves traveling with his wife Ellen, but he will never plan a weekend getaway unless he’s secured a leining gig.

Boruch Werdiger | News | Monday, January 20

Changing the Jewish Narrative

For many, Belgrade's Jewish community is defined by the tragedy of the Holocaust. But as a new movement devoted to changing the narrative grows, the city’s Jews are discovering the joys of a vibrant, sustainable Jewish experience.

Baila Olidort | News | Thursday, January 16

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