What is the Jewish Concept of Messiah? Belief in the eventual coming of the Moshiach is a basic and fundamental teaching of traditional Judaism. It is one of the Rambam's famous 13 Principles of Faith, and something all... Learn More
Kosher observance is an all-encompassing way of life, embodying the commitment of a people and enriching countless Jewish homes around the globe. The laws of kosher detail the permitted and forbidden foods, the required preparation... Learn More
Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, What is it about the Rebbe that exudes so much love - that makes him so immanent - binding Jews from every walk of life to him so deeply? The Lubavitcher Rebbe, this century's most dominant... Learn More
Shabbat is a day of rest and celebration that begins on Friday at sunset and ends on the following evening after nightfall. Let's have a look at the history, importance and observances of this day... Learn More
The common term used for prayer for those with a Yiddish background is to daven and there are various theories where the word "daven" came from. Some say that "daven" comes from the Hebrew word dovaiv, which means "to move the lips."... Learn More
A Chabad center is a Jewish community center serving the needs of the entire Jewish community, from the youngsters to the elderly, and everyone in-between. Currently, there are over 3,500 Chabad centers worldwide. Find a Chabad Center near you!