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Students at the Hebrew school run by the Chabad Jewish Center of S. Fe in New Mexico got their hands good and dirty while learning about Shabbat. They baked their own challah rolls and made Kiddush during the Sunday morning lesson, just like their parents...
Since their arrival in Singapore as Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries in 1994, Rabbi Mordechai and Simcha Abergel have guided a renaissance for the Asian nation’s 1,000 Jews.
Artist’s Statement: A woman covers her eyes with her hands and says the blessing over the Shabbat candles. Her hands are shaped like doves to represent welcoming peace and the Shechinah into her house. The drawing is made using the text of Eishet Chayil, ...
By Raiza Malka Gilbert
Artist’s Statement: One of the mitzvot specific to Jewish women is challah. Depicted here is a small girl watching her mother make challah for Shabbat. She is learning and taking her first steps in understanding what it means to be a Jewish woman.
By Yitzchok Moully
Artist’s Statement: “My Cup Runneth Over” is a familiar expression quoted from Torah. And indeed it is true—at least for my life. All we need to do is look around and count our blessings, to see all the wonderful things G‑d has provided for us and the gre...
More than 600 people turned out for an event honoring Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd at Sydney’s Yeshiva Centre. It was the politician’s third appearance at the New South Wales headquarters of Chabad-Lubavitch.
At a recent meeting, the Women’s Circle of Chabad-Lubavitch of Bayside, Wis., learned how to make challah, the traditional loaf that graces the Shabbat table, and prepare a complete Shabbat meal in less than an hour.
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