Purim is a day of joy and celebration for the entire Jewish community. But the Rebbe taught us that the only proper way to celebrate is to make sure that everyone is included. An overview of the Rebbe’s Purim Campaign.
The historic Farbrengen of Purim 5726 is remembered by all those present as a night overflowing with incredible Giluyim. The Farbrengen began at 8:30, and continued until after 3AM, with 14 Sichos, a Ma’mar, Freiliche Nigunim and innumerable special moments.
Here's My Story: Since 1954, I have served as the Rebbe’s emissary in Boston, and this is where I met Rabbi Yosef Ber Soloveitchik from whose lips I heard the story I am about to relate.
Revolutionary new project by JEM launches worldwide after a successful pilot. A carefully crafted presentation, featuring specially produced videos and interspersed with well-prepared talking points was experienced 15 communities in their respective Chabad houses, for an evening that would leave the participants inspired, engaged, and reevaluating their own potential. Precious Souls, a new project by … Continue reading After Successful Pilot, Precious Souls Launches
When Prime Minister Menachem Begin came to America to meet with President Carter, he made an important visit before heading to Washington, DC. Watch the full story.
Here's My Story: Early on in my career, I worked as a political reporter – first for Herut, the daily newspaper of the Israeli Herut party, and then for Yediot Achronot.
A new short film by JEM explores the story of the Rebbe’s relationship with coach Abe Sacks, a sincere Jew who, at the Rebbe’s encouragement, became a beloved fixture at 770.
High school girls watched and learned directly from the Rebbe for the first time over four weeks in the new Connection Point High program.
Ashreinu - The Rebbe's voice is now more accessible to a wider audience. A series of new playlists on ashreinu.app curating the talks of the Rebbe in a selection of languages widens the audience of listeners who can now satisfy their thirst to understand the Rebbe’s words directly.
Here's My Story: From the age of ten until I was fifteen, I attended the Chabad yeshivah in Newark, New Jersey. This was a very small, unaccredited school – housed in a one-family, colonial-style home on Grumman Avenue – run by Rabbi Sholom Ber Gordon.