New Series:

Letters from the Rebbe

A glimpse into the Rebbe’s worldview & guidance on a vast range of life’s issues

Over the years, the Rebbe corresponded with tens of thousands of people from all walks of life on nearly every topic.

These letters, printed in the series known as ‘Igros Kodesh’, represent just a sliver of the thousands of letters that have been made public. They open a unique window into the Rebbe’s wisdom and loving approach to the individuals who sought his counsel, and contain guidance for each and every one of us.

From advice on marriage and relationships, physical and mental health, to philosophy and education, business and communal work and more—the Rebbe illuminated every subject with the timeless truths of Torah and boundless concern for his correspondents, always with an eye for their infinite capacity to positively influence their surroundings.

This new series of classes, made available for the first time by the Jewish Academy of Chabad of Downtown Vancouver and taught by Rabbi Binyomin Bitton, will present students with a unique opportunity to gain personal insight into the Rebbe's approach on a vast range of life's issues.

Mondays | 7:30-8:30 PM

Previous lessons and subjects:

The Artist and Message of a Cover
Doctors, Foot Pain and a Spiritual Remedy
Cars, Roads and Safe Driving
Spiritual Remedies for Sleep Issues
Eating, Diet and the Impact of Kashrut
Do dreams have any significance? 
Advice on Dating and Marriage 
Fortune Tellers, Astrology and Palm Reading 
The Need to Use One's Talents

To join the zoom meeting, please send us an email and we will reply with the information. 

This program is generously sponsored by
the estate of the late Ms. Sarah Elias OBM,
and is dedicated in her memory Sarah bat Mazaltov z”l


A word about Zoom:

Over the past two years, our classes have moved to Zoom, due initially to the COVID-19 pandemic. With time, this became a practical option for many students, locals and around the world.

For now, this new series of classes will continue to be taught on Zoom. However, for the benefit of the class as well as a safety measure, we are asking all students joining the class to turn their camera on.

This requirement is intended to give you the best study experience while our classes remain on Zoom for the time being.

We thank you in advance for your understanding and cooperation.