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Rosh Hashanah 5776/2015
Click here for Rosh Hashanah Services at the Lubavitch Centre.
Rosh Hashanah Card Making
The Jewish Women's Circle invites you to
Rosh Hashanah Card Making
Design creative and unique Rosh Hashanah cards with Debra Sorkin.
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The Leeds Mezuzah Campaign
The Leeds Mezuzah Campaign

Committed to ensuring that every Jewish home in our community has Kosher and properly affixed Mezuzot, a portent for ...
Bagels, Lox & Tefillin
Please join us for B.L.T. at Chabad-Lubavitch Leeds. Bagels, Lox and Tefillin runs every SUNDAY. Shacharit begins at 8.30am followed by a bagel ...
The Rebbe: Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson
Essays, insights and letters, stories and first-person accounts, and an online biography of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, ...
Torah E-Thought Archive
Read Torah E-Thoughts from previous weeks in this easy to navigate archive.
Your Questions
Why Do Selichot Follow Such an Odd Schedule?
You’re going to have to clue me in on this one, Rabbi.
Why Wasn’t I Born a Jew?
The Secret to a Good Relationship
Naomi is married to a very busy, goal-oriented individual. She often laments how due ...
I'm a Jewish Body PartLearn the Parshah in Depth
Chai Elul
Teachers of the Hidden WisdomThe Second Refinement and the Role of the Tzaddik
Jewish Geography
Berkeley Chabad House Revisited
Late Friday afternoon, the sun begins to set behind the San Francisco Bay…
A Classic Chabad Melody for Selichot
This melodies opening reveals the remorse of the remorseful spirit, while the ...
Preparing for Judgment Day with Joy?The Rebbe's Campaign for Jewish Education
New Year
Starting Early Sunday Morning: Selichot
Several days before Rosh Hashanah we begin to recite the Selichot, a series of ...
New Year, Less Fear
"And these are the laws which you shall set before them..." (Exodus 21:1). The phrase "and these" implies that they are a continuation of what is written before. This is to teach us that just as the laws written above (the Ten Commandment) are from Sinai, so, too, are these (the logical laws of Mishpatim) from Sinai.
— Rashi's commentary