Rabbi takes Hanukkah celebration to the streets

Flaming menorahs? Hip-hop Hanukkah dancers? When it comes to glitzy holiday bashes, Hanukkah’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. “Why not?” says Rabbi Mendy Dubrowski of Chabad of South Tampa. “People like to celebrate this time of year. So we’re just taking advantage of that.” Hanukkah, actually considered a minor holiday as Jewish celebrations […]

A ‘sweet’ New Year – University of South Florida

Rosh Hashana, a religious holiday that occurs before Yom Kippur, may sound vaguely familiar to some, but for Jewish communities it is an important spiritual celebration of the New Year. The holiday ends Sunday. Beginning Friday, the Chabad Jewish Student Center will host Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur services at the Clarion Hotel & Conference […]

Purim – Reading of the Megillah

On every Purim, Jews gather to hear the reading of the Megillat Esther, the biblical Book of Esther. For us it is a joyous holiday full of sharing good food, acts of charity, fun, and song. This film shows a few short sections of Rabbi Uriel Rivkin’s reading (which really means singing in the traditional […]

Siddur Tehillat Hashem

The Siddur we use is Tehillat Hashem and we Daven in Nusach Chabad al pi Ha-Ari Zal. Transliterated Siddurim are available in both English and Russian characters. Tehillat Hashem is in both Hebrew and English with helpful instructions making it easy to keep track of the service. We also have Artscroll siddurim in nusach Sefard […]

Ancient Sound Announces New Year

Ancient Sound Announces New Year Jewish Children Learn to Make, Appreciate Shofars By Cary McMullen Lakeland Ledger Religion Editor The basement of Temple Emanuel is a three-ring circus of noise. There is the noise of excited chatter from small children, teenagers and adults. There is the noise of tools at work — saws, drills, a […]

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