Lifecyles

Customs of Pregnancy and Birth
An anthology of Chabad-Lubavitch customs regarding pregnancy, childbirth, circumcision, Redemption of the Firstborn, and the birth of girls.
Upshernish
A Milestone in a Child's Education
The age of three marks a turning point. Until this age, the child was a baby to whom everything was given. From this time onward, he is considered as a developing youngster who responds and takes an active role in his process of education.
Isa B'Midrash Tehillim
The official maamar (discourse) recited first by the fifth Chabad Rebbe and since then by all Chabad boys on the occasion of their Bar Mitzvah, translated and annotated in an accessible format, with additional chapters on customs relating to a Bar Mitzvah
Yalkut Bar Mitzvah
An Anthology of Laws and Customs of a Bar Mitzvah in the Chabad Tradition
Eternal Joy - Volume 1
A Guide To Shidduchim & Marriage
From arranging a match to the wedding day, the Lubavitcher Rebbe's letters on a wide variety of subjects pertaining to shidduchim and marriage continue to guide us.
Eternal Joy - Volume 2
From the Time of Engagement Through the Wedding Day
From arranging a match to the wedding day, the Lubavitcher Rebbe's letters on a wide variety of subjects pertaining to shidduchim and marriage continue to guide us.
Eternal Joy - Volume 3
Married Life and Shalom Bayis
From arranging a match to the wedding day, the Lubavitcher Rebbe's letters on a wide variety of subjects pertaining to shidduchim and marriage continue to guide us.
Lecha Dodi (Chassidic Discourses)
The text of the chassidic discourses recited by Chabad grooms during the pre-chupah reception.
Lechah Dodi
Includes Customs Related To a Chabad Wedding
Two classic discourses, traditionally recited at weddings. The first of which was delivered by the previous Rebbe at the marriage of his second daughter to the Rebbe in 1928. The second, on the same verse and topic, was delivered by the Rebbe in 1954. Also included is an anthology of wedding customs listed in Sefer HaMinhagim.
Mazal Tov
A Chabad Wedding Guide
At the moment a new engagement is announced, family and friends unite in wishing the engaged couple Mazal Tov, and plans for the wedding are under way. This guide will help you prepare for this momentous occasion, and follows the directives of the Rebbeim of Chabad.