UK News

The latest news stories about Chabad Lubavitch from around the UK.

Warming up for Chanukah in Trafalgar Square

Menorah.jpgThis Chanukah 5774, Chabad Lubavitch UK is proud to announce that Trafalgar Square will once again be home to our giant 32ft Menorah.

The project brings together a number of prominent Jewish organisations including Chabad Lubavitch UK, Jewish Leadership Council, London Jewish Forum, Community Security Trust and the Jewish News Media Group.

The Menorah will be located at its usual place in Trafalgar Square. It will remain there for the duration of Chanukah (Wed 27th November - Thu 5th December).

Please jon us on Thursday 28th November for our annual Chanukah Lighting Event. It will be attended by thousands of people including the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson

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For 5200 Rabbis and Guests: A Night of Inspiration

kinus4.jpgEleven-year-old Levi Leibowitz can’t wait to tell his friends and family back home in Tokyo about his experience last night. He was a guest at the International Conference of Chabad-Lubavitch Emissaries’ banquet at the South Brooklyn Marine Terminal in New York, thousands of miles from Japan, where he lives.

“I’m going to tell everyone about it—that it was really fun, and the food was very good,” he said. Seated in Chiavari chairs under grand chandeliers, he and thousands of others involved in the organization—5,200 emissaries and lay leaders from around the world—gathered for an evening of camaraderie and inspiration.

It culminated four days of learning, togetherness… Read More »

Chabad Gala Event: Live from New York Kinus

Kinusall.jpgOver 5000 rabbinical scholars, Jewish community leaders, educators and counsellors from around the world have gathered together this weekend in New York for the 30th annual International Conference of Chabad-Lubavitch Emissaries.

Please click on the following link for live streaming of the Gala Banquet Event on Sunday 3rd November beginning at 10pm GMT:

Gala Banquet Event Live Stream (opens in a new window)

The banquet concludes a weekend of educational workshops, programmes and lectures which are aimed at developing different approaches and igniting discussions and comparisons between emissaries and the communities that they represent.


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