Connection Point, the successful school collaborative initiative of JEM and Tzivos Hashem, will be making a special Gimmel Tammuz program for camps this year. Sign your camp up today.
Project 25: Over the past two weeks, Living Archive posted 7,000 newly scanned and uploaded pictures, and the feedback was incredible. The photos were sent from hand to hand, and many people found themselves and their family members.
Project 25: The interest in learning about the Rebbe and his teachings has been steadily increasing across many communities and audiences. Answering that call, and on top of already existing Facebook pages in English, Hebrew, Spanish and French, JEM is excited to launch a new Facebook page in Russian.
UPDATE: Project 25 has JEM’s offices buzzing and energized, with more and more projects reaching completion. See a summary of where our projects stand.
Project 25: “Hanachos”, a joint program between JEM and Vaad Talmidei Hatmimim, and one of the initiatives of Project 25, has launched with great success.
Project 25: Dor Hashvi’i: Our Rebbe. Our Mission. Our Connection is a collaborative school curriculum created by Vaad Or Vechom and JEM highlighting the role of a Rebbe and the mission of Dor Hashvi’i, and one of the initiatives of Project 25.
Here's My Story: I was born and educated in Jerusalem, becoming ordained the fourth-generation rabbi in my family. With the encouragement of my mentor and teacher, Rabbi Ben-Zion Meir Chai Uziel, the chief rabbi of Israel, I went to serve initially as rabbi in Lima, Peru.
Project 25: As we approach twenty-five years since Gimmel Tammuz, communities around the world are uniting to watch and draw inspiration from the Rebbe's farbrengen of Yud Shvat 1975, which marked twenty-five years from the passing of the Previous Rebbe.
Project 25: New from Ashreinu: Summaries of the Rebbe's talks from the years 1982 - 1992, with more to follow shortly. Accessible by browsing the audio library or searching a specific date.
Here's My Story: I grew up in Johannesburg, South Africa, in a traditional though not a Torah-observant home. But when I was a kid, my uncle, Dr. Rodney Unterslak, returned to South Africa having become religious while living in England, and he greatly influenced me.