Following the tremendous success that JEM and Tzivos Hashem saw with the Connection Point program in elementary schools since 2018, the program was expanded this year to include high school students. Now, responding to the warm feedback and an eagerly received first semester (See the testimonials at the end of this article.), Connection Point has announced that a second program will soon begin.
I was a young yeshivah student, just twenty-one years old, who didn’t know anything about electronics; I didn’t even know how a telephone operated. All I knew was how to dial – that’s as far as my knowledge went. But, by Divine Providence, I happened to be the right person at the right place at the right time, and I became a crucial cog in a wheel that eventually became the World Lubavitch Communication Center.
With schools getting back in session online, JEM and Tzivos Hashem have announced that Connection Point is looking at resuming its regular programming as part of the school curriculum. They did assure the public, however, that it will all be available online. Each school will be able to run it on their own online platforms.
Watch now at 70years.com.
The entire community is deeply saddened by the news of the passing of Rabbi Aharon Yaacov Schwei, OBM. Presented here is a small selection of photos of his personal moments with the Rebbe from The Living Archive.
This beautiful new photo collection received from Rabbi Chaim Baruch Halberstam, featuring never-before-seen pictures, walks viewers through the historic completion ceremony for the "Torah Scroll to Greet Moshiach".
We regret to inform you of the passing of Former New York City Councilman and Brooklyn judge Noach Dear. Judge Dear was a regular at Chabad Lubavitch Headquarters and consulted with the Rebbe on many occasions while receiving dollars, lekach and Kos Shel Bracha.
Find your Pesach moment with the Rebbe from 11 updated collections.
We mourn the passing of Rabbi Yehuda Yeib Groner, a beloved member of the Rebbe’s secretariat who passed away last night. Out of the thousands of photos of Rabbi Groner in the JEM archives, we’ve selected twenty five classics.
Here's My Story: My father, Rabbi Avraham Shapira, served as the Ashkenazi chief rabbi of Israel from 1983 until 1993, while Rabbi Mordechai Eliyahu served as the Sephardic chief rabbi. During their tenure they traveled to the United States three times for the purpose of visiting the central Jewish communities in America and getting to know their leaders. Read more