The Menorah is certainly the number one item from the Beit HaMikdash that is most embedded in our memory and identity. The Menorah, of course, also serves as the emblem of the State of Israel and ...
Rabbi Zalman Tiechtel, executive director of the Chabad Center for Jewish Life, lights an “Ice Menorah” during Hanukkah in 2009. It stood six feet tall and was sculpted out of ice. But even in ...
Chabad of Chattanooga will ignite a giant ice Hanukkah menorah erected at Ice on the Landing, followed by a community-wide celebration on Thursday, the fifth night of the eight-day holiday.
Nurses from HCA’s Research Medical Center in Kansas City, Mo., and Menorah Medical Center in Overland Park, Mo., will hold a ...
In the beginning of this week’s Torah portion Beha’alotcha, we read that Aaron the high priest was charged with the daily lighting of the menorah. Rashi explains the connection between the end ...
The menorah that stands in front of the Chabad house at the University of Cincinnati was vandalized for the fourth time in two years on Wednesday. A video posted by the StopAntisemitism watchdog ...
Steven D. Wilkinson, who has headed Menorah Medical Center for 17 years, on Friday announced his retirement, effective Dec. 31. HCA Midwest Health, Menorah’s parent company, said it was ...
To celebrate the 2016 Chanukah season, Chabad had a Car Menorah Parade Monday which departed from the Center for Jewish Learning at 950 Vine St. and traveled to the Chattanooga ChooChoo ...
Menorah, candlesticks, Chumash and mezuzah – these are some of the 18 Jewish items given to immigrants from Ukraine who ...
In Parshat Behaalotecha the Torah tells us about the great privilege that Aharon the High Priest had to kindle the menorah.
A spokesperson said more than 400 nurses have quit at Research Medical Center and barely half have been replaced.
The Torah portion of Behaalotecha begins with a description of the lighting of the Menorah. The second verse – “El mul pnei ha’Menorah, ya’iru shiv’at ha’neirot – The seven lamps ...