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Chabad believes that community is vital for the growth of the human spirit.

We, therefore, provide a space where people come together to celebrate, to study, to care, to heal and to mourn. Chabad's goal is to encourage people to live a more meaningful life by sharing their passions, ideas and inspirations with others. To care for others in their community and to be cared for by others in turn.

We provide Jewish oriented programs, events, lectures, prayer services, study groups, outings and meals that bring people together in a shared interdependent space where they can grow together.

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  • A Glass of Milk and a Cup of KindnessThe laws of milk and meat teach us how to balance kindness and discipline. Read More
  • I’m Pregnant and Feel I Can’t Handle a Baby NowMost of us would love to keep up our facade that we have everything together. But my experience is... Read More
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Daily Thought
The Torah describes four ways you might be responsible for another person’s property: You might be a borrower, a renter, a paid custodian, or an unpaid custodian.The borrower has near-total liability. The renter and the paid custodian are liable only in cases of negligence. An unpaid custodian is only liable if he abandons his duties or uses the property for himself. These are the four options you have when entrusted with a life on Planet Earth:You could take it as just borrowed time to do whatever you like with life and the planet. Your Maker will say, “Fine...
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