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January 2019

Shuttered for 332 Years, 13th-Century Budapest Synagogue Hosts a Bar Mitzvah
Europe
Buda Castle Synagogue, closed since 1686, now home to a flourishing congregation
With Polar Vortex Outdoors, Chicago Rabbis Move Learning Online
North America
Chabad encourages the warmth of Torah study at home
Atlanta Chabad Offers Southern Hospitality at the Super Bowl
North America
Rolling out the welcome mat with a kosher tailgate, Shabbat services and meals, and a visitor’s center
On Sunny St. Lucia, Chabad Couple Builds a Jewish Community
Caribbean
Creating programs for 200 Jewish residents and thousands of visitors
Diversity of Jewish Communities in Focus at Chabad Women’s Banquet
Headquarters
3,000 women leaders celebrate ‘righteous women, past and present’
Search and Rescue Teams From Israel Arrive in Brazil After Dam Rupture
South America
Chabad in Brazil offers support to aid workers
2019 Group Photo of Chabad-Lubavitch Women Emissaries
Photo Gallery
Pennsylvania Community Unites to Help Emissaries’ Child Injured in Israel
North America
Boy’s legs were crushed by falling boulder at Jerusalem tomb
Thousands of Chabad Women Leaders Gather for Annual Convention
Headquarters
Emissaries and guests from Jewish communities in more than 100 countries worldwide
Heroic First Responders to Squirrel Hill Massacre Honored in Pittsburgh
North America
Injured police officers who ‘became our miracle’ are thanked at gala dinner
Q&A: Chana Weisberg on Her New Book: Shabbat deLights
Book Bag
Two-volume set on weekly Torah portion merges wisdom, scholarship and practical action
Online Course Provides Roadmap to Find Meaning and Joy in Everyday Life
Education
‘Joy, Love, Truth’ runs for four weeks beginning on Tuesday, Jan. 22
‘I Googled a Link to My Jewish Soul’
North America
A young adult’s Jewish journey in Tampa with Chabad Young Professionals
The 150-Year-Old Chicago Synagogue the Rebbe Didn't Let Die
North America
As neighborhoods and needs change, Congregation Anshei Lubavitch continues to serve
Urban Rejuvenation Meets Jewish Renaissance in the South Bronx
North America
Young adults are finding spirituality, and each other, in a part of New York long connected to Jewish life.
Rabbi Yonah Avtzon, 61, Prolific Publisher and Legendary Matchmaker
Obituary
He made diverse and advanced Torah subjects accessible in English to millions
Holocaust Survivor Celebrates Bar Mitzvah at 91, Thanks to College Fellowship
Campus Life
‘Stories That Live’ project helps survivors document their experiences
Dear Amos, From Your Friend, Reb Schneor
Israel
A personal letter to the late author Amos Oz, from his friend, the Chabad rabbi of Rovna, Ukraine
Winter Break Inclusion: Kids of All Abilities Vacation Together
North America
Illinois ‘Winter Camp’ brings together kids to learn and have fun
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