Preparation for Passover in the age of COVID-19
This year, the Passover rituals we have taken part in since we were children have been severely curtailed due to the threat of the deadly Corona Virus (COVID-19). Rabbis have declared that travel to, and participation in the Passover Seders must be eliminated in the name of survival.
Despite the mandated cancellation of Passover Seders, there is still an obligation to prepare your home for Passover by cleaning and eliminating your chametz.
Rabbi Galperin will be making arrangements for the sale of your chametz when you fill out your request on the Chabad Website. Please ensure you have completed this request prior to the beginning of Shabbos on Fridaym, April 3, 2020.
We hope you have a safe Passover.
Hurricane Dorian Relief Effort
I was surprised to learn that the Bahamas have a Chabad presence, and in the face of the devastating effects of Hurricane Dorian, there are relief efforts spearheaded by the Chabad rabbi in the community.
If you can donate anything to help with the aid and rebuilding effort, please visit the special donations page set up for this disaster.
Students should have a voice
Several months ago, shortly after redesigning our website, I made an announcement that plans were underway to provide a forum for the Jewish students at the University of Windsor to get more involved with generating website content geared towards students. In addition to the University's Jewish Student Association, which caters to all Jewish students, my goal is to have this website serve as a "destination" for those students who want to be more involved with Chabad and the Orthodox community.
I am seeking a University of Windsor student to volunteer his or her time as a co-ordinator, article author, and editor; and who is willing to help develop a forum for Orthodox Jewish students. With guidance and assistance from our Rabbi, I would like to see this website become responsive to the educational and social needs of the Orthodox student community of Windsor.