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Mega Chanukah Festivities on Campus at Rutgers The popular postman’s motto, “neither snow, nor rain, nor darkness of night keeps these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds,”
Donate to our Giving Day Campaign We have just kicked off our "Giving and Matching Day Campaign" in conjunction with our 44th Annual Gala Dinner for the next 36 hours.
Chabad Brings Over 2K Students plus 3 from Ukraine Together Student Leadership, Unity, Holiday Festivals and Learning Set Foundation for the Hakhel Year on Campus
Weekly Torah Portion
Our Parsha - Vayakhel-Pekudei Text of Parshah (Hebrew with English translation) - Parshas Vayakhel-Pekudei.
The Weekly Aliyot of the Parsha - Vayakhel Pekudei A short summary of the Torah portion read in the Synagogue on Shabbat.
Children's Corner - Vayakhel "Tatty, I have a question," Binyamin said to his father at the Shabbos table. "At the beginning of this week's parshah, Moshe teaches the Jewish...
The Throw-Away Generation We live in a throw-away generation. Per capita, each person in the US produces 760 kilograms, or almost one ton of garbage per year...
Prayers Will the format of our prayers change in the time of Redemption?
In the Light of Rabbi Shimon The group of sages gathered around the bed of their mentor, listening avidly to the words of wisdom emitting from his lips. His final request of...
When the Child Becomes Bar Mitzva On the eve of 20 Elul 5760 (2000), the bar mitzva of Yosef Sorotzkin was celebrated. It was an especially moving occasion because Yosef, a sweet...
How To Celebrate Pesach Seder Essentials * Preparing the Seder * The Seder Guide * Preparing For The Holiday * Contract For Selling Chametz * Customs
The Story of Passover The story of Passover began with the arrival of Jacob and his family in Egypt to be with son Joseph who had become Viceroy of all Egypt.
Passover Stories Great Passover Odyssey * Pesach in Siberia * To Save A Soul * The Building Competition * Passover Under the Nazis * My First Passover * Childhood...
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