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Chessed is a Hebrew word which means 'loving-kindness.'


Chessed News & Announcements


Everyday Chessed is Back!

If you subscribed to Everyday Chessed in April or May while on our old video platform, you automatically have an account at the new Everyday Chessed for 30, 60 or 365 days – depending on your individual subscription. You can…

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Who are bnei Noach?

We have recently been referred to as bnei Noach—non-Jewish admirers of Torah and the Jewish nation. Another definition of this is righteous gentiles. There are many false teachings as to who these people are and what they believe.  The term literally…

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Chabad’s Article on Chessed Alaska

Non-Jews Help Jump-Start New Chabad Center in Alaska A warm welcome in wintry Wasilla from the entire community By Menachem Posner   |   November 3, 2015 Rabbi Mendy Greenberg helps community members in Wasilla, Alaska, shake the lulav and the etrog over the…

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What Are the High Holidays?

   Rosh HaShanah  Rosh Hashanah begins the evening of October 2nd and ends the evening of October 4th, 2016     Yom Kippur Yom Kippur begins the evening of October 11th and ends the evening of October 12th, 2016  …

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What is Teshuvah?

“The Kohen shall provide him atonement before G-d, and it shall be forgiven him for any of all the things he might do to incur guilt.” Leviticus/Vayikra 5:26. The Seer of Lublin speaks about when a person achieves forgiveness for…

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Chaplain Ruthann Crosby Cleeves

Chaplain Ruthann Crosby-Cleeves is a published author who holds both a BA and MA in Jewish Studies from Gratz College in Pennsylvania—one of the oldest and most distinguished Jewish colleges in the United States. For over twenty years, Chaplain Crosby Cleeves has worked as a cultural liaison on behalf of the Jewish community, helping to open doors of understanding, as well as new perspectives on the Jewish Scriptures to the world at large.

Join Us in Calling for the Messiah:

King David called for Mashiach/Messiah 100 times a day! We are supposed to do the same. I get busy with my day and forget. I bet you do, too. Join us in using a beeper and never forget again.

You can program the pager to remind you to call for Mashiach just like King David. Join us to bless HaShem and call for Mashiach!


What We’re Reading

Rebbe: Menachem M. Schneerson

In this enlightening biography, Joseph Telushkin offers a captivating portrait of the late Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, a towering figure who saw beyond conventional boundaries to turn his movement, Chabad-Lubavitch, into one of the most dynamic and widespread organizations ever…

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