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Chabad center to provide a full range of services for those from Scotland and abroad
Filled with medieval architecture, hilly landscapes, lush gardens and a prestigious university that dates to 1583, Edinburgh, Scotland, will now have a permanent home for Jewish student life with the building of Chabad’s new center at the University of Ed...
Thousands of children worldwide join CKids Mitzvah Meter competition
With 25,000 mitzvahs logged online in the first week, Jewish children from Brazil to Hawaii are getting onboard with the new CKids Mitzvah Meter competition, and the excitement is growing. CKids, the Chabad Children's Network, launched the “Mitzvah Meter”...
In Peabody, delivering the joy of Judaism during tough times for many
As the coronavirus pandemic was beginning to spread through North America a year ago, Rabbi Nechemia and Raizel Schusterman were starting to plan for their 18th year of service to the Jewish community of Peabody, Mass. Located in the state’s North Shore r...
Chabad breaks ground on 15,000-square-foot center that includes mikvah and synagogue
The Caribbean island of Grenada—known for its white sandy beaches, stunning waterfalls and an abundance of nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves and ginger—is also home to a thriving medical school. Now, the Spice Isle will also be the site of a new 15,000-square-foot...
Hundreds of women impacted by Bais Chana Institute share their stories
Since it first opened its doors a little more than 50 years ago, Bais Chana Women’s Institute in Minnesota has enriched and empowered thousands of Jewish women in search of a more meaningful experience of Judaism through residential study, part-time class...
Chabad of Coral Springs program in high gear as the holiday approaches
Almost since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, volunteers of every ethnicity and faith have gathered together every Wednesday to help at Chabad of Coral Springs’ drive-by food distribution in South Florida, where they can be seen handing out supplies...
Rabbi Saadya and Chaya Sara Kaufmann put down roots in Lone Star State’s outback
Amid 40,000 square miles of tumbleweed flatlands and the occasional cowboy rancher herding cattle and horses—deep in the heart of Texas’s hub for livestock and oil rigs—finding 10 Jewish men for a minyan (prayer quorum) is no simple feat. But sure enough,...
Chaya Chitrik will be keynote speaker Sunday at International Conference
Straddling Europe and Asia, and extending into the Bosphorus Strait, the city of Istanbul, Turkey, boasts 700 years of rich Jewish history. Chaya Chitrik, who will be this year’s keynote speaker at the International Conference of Chabad-Lubavitch Woman Em...
Program provides a delightful new twist on a storied 50-year campaign
Squeals of joy and excitement could be heard on a late Friday afternoon at the Niedober home in Stamford, Conn., as Jessica Niedober’s two daughters, Ariella and Kayla, eagerly unwrapped their new Shabbat candle-lighting kits. Every Friday evening before ...
Rabbi Levi Gurkow wears many hats to serve Oceanside residents
Although Rabbi Levi and Soshie Gurkow have been hosting activities and programs for the Jewish community of Oceanside, N.Y., for more than 20 years, the coronavirus pandemic has brought their devotion to their town to a new level. As a result of the rabbi...
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