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  • Community Menorah LightingJoin us for the annual public menorah lighting! Music, latkes, doughnuts, dreidels and more! Always a fun, family event. Read More
  • Chanukah ConcertSing along to beautiful Jewish tunes, old and new. Australian born musician Tzvi Rimler of "Noteworthy Live" will perform heartwarming songs. Complete with anecdotes and stories, this concert is sure to warm your heart and uplift your soul. Read More
  • Why Do Some Jews Not Say Eulogies?A eulogy honors the deceased and celebrates all the beautiful deeds and qualities he or she... Read More
  • My Life Is Oh-So Ordinary!I can’t help feeling depressed and diminished when I read articles about great people and all they... Read More
  • 11 Facts About the Month of Tevet Every Jew Should KnowThe 10th month on the Jewish calendar, Tevet occurs in the wintertime. In fact, the entire winter... Read More
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Some think reincarnation is like repeating a year at school: while some souls graduate to the next world, others are sent right back down to rectify things.
A eulogy honors the deceased and celebrates all the beautiful deeds and qualities he or she possessed. Why is this not done in Chabad?
The 10th month on the Jewish calendar, Tevet occurs in the wintertime. In fact, the entire winter season is sometimes called tekufat (season of) Tevet in Jewish tradition.
If there is something I do that’s strange, or something you read about in the news that you don’t quite understand, just ask me.
In conventional thinking, a U.S. federal court isn’t where the 250-year journey of the Chassidic movement would find a climactic peak. Then again, what about Lubavitch is conventional?
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December 18, 2018