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Repost from Times Of Israel: Here To Disrupt

Thursday, May 14, 2015 - 4:42 pm
Posted by Peretz Chein

brandeis.jpgReprinted from Times of Israel

After fourteen years our mission has never been clearer. Since our arrival at Brandeis in 2001 we have encountered two types of reactions to Chabad. Some people love and appreciate Chabad while some are skeptical and dismiss Chabad.

Chabad is a wonderful organization that offers an exceptional service to many people. It is a home away from home, a warm Shabbat dinner, and in general a non-judgemental environment that is welcoming to all. That is why Chabad has earned the love, respect and support of so many.

Long before Chabad was an organization, with the first Chabad house established in 1969 at UCLA, it was a philosophy that evolved into a movement and community.

During the latter half of the... ( Read More » )

A Student Retreat in the Mountains

Friday, May 1, 2015 - 10:30 am
Posted by Chavie Lieberman

shabbatonqueens.jpgApril 24-25; Chabad on Campus - Queens, Chabad of Hofstra & NCC, Chabad of New Palz and Chabad of F.I.T. came together to create an amazing student retreat in Napanoch, NY at Camp Shaloh. 32 students enjoyed a spirited Shabbat with abundant home cooked meals, tons of singing and much deep discussion. After the close of Shabbat, the group built a beautiful bonfire complete with s'mores, hot dogs and knishes - not to mention chassidic stories!

Rabbi Shea Hecht inspired students with his talk about deprogramming people involved in cults, students also availed themselves of workshops on the kabbalah of personality and the life experiences of a seasoned mohel.

Rabbi Avrhom Baruch Itkin, manages Camp Shaloh and did... ( Read More » )


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