Former Rabbi at Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life Synagogue.
Former Rabbi at Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life Synagogue. Source: KDKA-TV | CBS Pittsburgh — in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
IDF Shofar in the Golan Heights
“These soldiers deserve so much credit. May HaShem protect them. Today we had the opportunity to convey our love and appreciation.” -Rabbi Chaim Boyarsky, Rohr Chabad Student Network of Ottawa
Grand Canyon Shofar
“Yesterday I traveled by myself to the Grand Canyon to blow the shofar and recite special prayers for the month of Elul on behalf of our congregation. I was so awed by the sacred space that I blasted the shofar with all my might. Next thing you know a man […]
Delayed Flight? No Problem. Learn some Torah with your Pilot
Incredible Moment! Rabbi Michel Chill, a longtime educator from Monsey, New York, was slated to take a flight with his family on Monday, April 2nd, heading from New York to Los Angeles. Inclement weather delayed the flight for three hours. The pilot spotted the Rabbi and invited him into the […]
“About 30+ years ago, my grandmother visited the Lubavitcher Rebbe in New York for a blessing, along with thousands of other daily visitors. She received a crisp dollar bill from The Rebbe, as he stood for hours distributing dollar bills to every visitor. My grandmother saved it and had these […]
HAPPENING NOW: The International Conference of Chabad-Lubavitch Emissaries (Kinus Hashluchim).
The very first gathering was in 1987 with hundreds in attendance. Today, 30 years later, there are nearly 4,700 families of shluchim in more than 90 countries around the world that have come together for this annual event. Source: Bentzi Sasson
This past friday, as we walked past the great synagogue of Florence, we saw a man standing with a bouquet of flowers.
He shared the following story, “My dad was in the US army during WWII and was a liberator of two concentration camps. Dad told me, “I liberated the camps. I saw the carnage with my own eyes. We mustn’t ever forget. And if we make sure to never forget it […]
I HAVE A DREAM: Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Photograph of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Rabbi Maurice Eisendrath, and Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel was emblematic of the relationship between the Jewish and Black communities during the Civil Rights Movement. This photo was taken in 1965 in Montgomery, Alabama at the conclusion of the famous march for voting […]
On Tuesday November 22, 2016 Wayne State Police officer Colin Rose, 29 was shot in the head while patrolling a neighborhood in Detroit.
WSP has been a good friend and neighbor to Chabad of Greater Downtown Detroit helping out Rabbi Yisrael Pinson with setting his famous shipping container Sukkah and providing security patrols for the Chabad House. Rabbi Pinson, who represents Jewish Hospice and Chaplaincy Network in the city of Detroit was getting […]
BEHIND THE SCENES OF THE LARGEST RABBI PICTURE IN THE WORLD!
Over 3,000 Rabbis from around the world came together and took a photo breaking the record of the amount of Rabbis taking a photo together. This took place over a weekend at Chabad – Lubavitch Headquarters in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, NY. It was truly an amazing site to see so […]
? SHABBAT SHALOM & CHAG SAMEACH
A Chabad Rabbi bringing the spirit of the holiday to IDF soldiers on the border of Israel and Egypt Source: Bentzi Sasson
My Shabbat Story
“My Shabbat Story: went for breakfast to a kosher burger joint in the Jewish ghetto of Rome since my mom can’t tell me I can’t have a burger for breakfast. Didn’t really care too much to see the Coliseum but did it anyway since it was walking distance and if […]
WATCH THIS KIDDUSH HASHEM: On The Steve Harvey Show
KIDDUSH HASHEM: On The Steve Harvey Show WATCH THIS KIDDUSH HASHEM: The Steve Harvey Show"I feel bad for the embarrassment Steve Harvey is going through right now… He's a nice guy and I really enjoyed being on his show last year….of course $3000 made me like him even more!" – […]
“I once spent 24 hours in Sderot. This was before the Iron Dome and the torrent of missiles didn’t let up for even a moment. It was then that I made a decision that would change my life: Like many inspired Americans before me, I was going to serve in the IDF.”
“The wheels were set in motion, and then came the waiting game. I spent the next year learning in yeshiva, and finally, I got my draft date. To be honest, I wasn’t sure until the very last second which unit I’d be getting into–I had originally wanted to try for […]