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Missouri Governor, Senate and House unite at state Capitol
Missouri Rep. Michael Davis didn’t even have time to put his jacket back on. He had left the Missouri House floor to meet with a Chabad-Lubavitch delegation representing communities from across the state. On the legislative agenda on this April 12: honori...
With tons of supplies and open hearts, Kentucky rabbis race to help
After deadly tornadoes tore through America’s heartland, Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries are at the forefront of the herculean aid effort now underway in the hardest-hit communities. Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear called it “one of the toughest nights in Kentucky...
The stories that shaped the past 12 months
As the Jewish year 5782 is ushered in with the High Holidays of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur—the second High Holiday season of the pandemic—here is a look back at some of the stories that helped define this year, as featured on Chabad.org/News. It was a y...
From tallest building in the world to southernmost point in the U.S., Chabad will bring Rosh Hashanah to all
As the 2021 High Holidays approach and the delta variant of the coronavirus creates a new time of uncertainty, one sure constant will be the availability of safe High Holiday services at Chabad-Lubavitch centers across the globe. As they have throughout t...
The Shul of Bal Harbour’s overwhelming effort continues providing comfort and aid to all
In the days following the condominium collapse in Surfside, Fla., the world has watched as the city’s Jewish community united to assist and console their friends, neighbors and all of the families and individuals directly impacted by the tragedy. Here are...
A Symphony of Living Voices, Story & Song, live-streamed on Monday, June 14, at 7 p.m ET
As the 27th anniversary of the passing of the Rebbe—Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous memory approaches—preparations are underway for a livestreamed event that will highlight the Rebbe’s teachings on resilience and self-empowerment. The message i...
Israeli expat on New Zealand soccer team expresses gratitude with prayer
With fewer than three minutes remaining in regulation time, Jewish striker Tomer Hemed’s team, the A-League Wellington Phoenix, was trailing 2-1, and it appeared they’d drop the game to their opponents, Melbourne City. Then, in a deft feat of athleticism,...
From the White House to small town America, the country unites in honoring the Rebbe
After a year in which schools were shuttered for long months and education faced profound setbacks, dozens of cities and counties, nearly every state as well as the White House have united today in proclaiming Education and Sharing Day, a day focused on t...
Covid presented an unexpected opportunity to celebrate Jewish holidays as never before
A year ago, Purim became the first Jewish holiday to be significantly impacted by the global coronavirus pandemic. Since then, the world has experienced far too much illness, death, poverty and adversity. But throughout the long months of quarantine, lock...
Chabad of Tampa brought mitzvah opportunities to sports’ biggest stage
This year was the first time a Super Bowl was played—and won—by the home team on its home turf. And for some Jewish Tampa Bay fans, it was also the first time they felt truly at home, as the Buccaneers coordinated with Chabad of Tampa to help set up a kos...
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