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Passover Recap & Photos of Large Seder / Dinner Project & More

 

Passover Dinner Project

Thank you to everyone who helped out so generously with the Passover Dinner Project with sponsoring the project and with helping distribute the dinners and packages.

Lots of Passover joy was delivered to people's doors thanks to all of you.

Community Seder Recap

Close to 100 people joined together on the first night of Passover for a joyous and uplifting Community Seder. It was truly a beautiful sight to see so many families, couple and people gathered together in celebration as the songs and messages of Passover ushered in this beautiful and meaningful holiday.

Partner with us this Passover

Hundreds of people have already been touched by the Passover programs for youth, families and house visitations a… Read More »

Model Matzah Bakery Photos & Report

 

On Sunday many dozens of children and families joined in two sessions of the Model Matzah Bakery and had an awesome time grinding grain, sifting flour, shaping, making and baking a Matzah and learning all about this Mitzvah. 

At the end of the event, the participants were led by "Moses" and other Jewish leaders, through the sea and went to collect their very own Matzahs which were popping right out of the oven.

You can see lots of pictures over here.

Standing with Israel

As I drove down to New York on Tuesday, I heard the news that there had been yet another terrible terrorist attack on innocent Israelis in the center of Israel. For the next few hours, I was in shock and so upset, as for the third time in a week people were being murdered on the streets of Israeli cities.

In this attack in Bnai Brak, five innocent people were killed, including a young father who was shielding his two year old son from the bullets, and left behind a young pregnant wife, two Ukrainian workers, a young father of four, and a brave and heroic Israeli Christian Arab Policeman who dashed into combat and helped eliminate the terrorist.

Israel as a country is in shock and now has many new widows, orphans and grieving families.&nb… Read More »

300 Passover Packages being Distributed

 

Thank you to all of our amazing volunteers who have been helping pack over 300 beautiful Passover Packages last week and this week at the Chabad Center of Sudbury. The packages contain hand made Shmurah Matzah, Wine or Grape Juice, a beautiful guide, kids crafts and much more!

These are being distributed in Sudbury and multiple surrounding towns this week and next week and will help share the Passover joy and the traditional hand baked Shmurah Matzah with so many.

We will also be sharing these packages with residents in multiple local nursing homes over the course of Passover.

If you would like to volunteer to help out with this project, please let us know.

Three Mazal Tovs

 

Mazal Tov to Daniel Kimyagarov on his Bar Mitzvah this past weekend! May Daniel continue to grow up to a life of blessing and success and bring much Nachas to his parents Roman and Lena, grandparents and the community.

Mazal Tov to Niv & Lior Lipetz on the birth of a baby boy and Mazal Tov to grandparents Rony & Smadar Lipetz.

Mazal Tov to Heila Myara and Nadav on the birth of a son and Mazal Tov to grandparents Shimon & Stephanie Myara.

May we always have Simchas to share!

Escape from Kharkov Recap

 

We are very grateful to Rabbi Mendel Moskowitz who joined us on Sunday evening on Zoom and shared with us his personal and powerful story of his family's escape from Kharkov. Mendel also shared an update on what his family and parents, have been doing for the Jewish community of Kharkov, both for those who still remain and for the many who have fled.

It was an emotional and powerful story and we appreciate him taking the time to share this with us.

Chabad of Sudbury is partnering with the Jewish communities of Kharkov, Mariopul, Krementchuk, Dnieper and others before Passover and will be sharing more tangible support to help those left behind or those who have fled.

If you wish to participate you may donate online&… Read More »

A Baby & a Siren

 

This week as the sirens sounded in Israel to mark Holocaust Remembrance Day, in one corner of Israel, a 90 Year old Holocaust Survivor was celebrating the Brit of his 49th great grandchild.

In this picture you can see Nosson Weinberg holding his 49th great grandchild during the Circumcision Ceremony, which took place as Israel's two minute siren sounded as Israel remembers the six million who perished in the Holocaust.

Nosson Weinberg, a 90-year-old survivor of the Holocaust’s atrocities, immigrated from Europe to the United States following World War II, where he rebuilt his life and family before making Aliyah to Israel several years ago.

The child from today’s bris was named Nachshon Eitan Asher, and is the No… Read More »

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