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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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Learning & Inspiration
  • The End of TorahHow the last words reveal what Torah is really all about Read More
  • How a Rock Song Started Me on My Journey thank the Byrds for their introduction to a lesson in Kohelet, Ecclesiastes. Read More
  • Why No Work on Chol Hamoed?The Talmud lists a number of
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Upcoming Holiday
Sep. 20 - Sep. 27
Daily Thought
On Simchat Torah we dance with our feet, not with our heads. We are celebrating the Torah, and the Torah is something we study with our heads. But we dance with our feet, not with our heads. If we would dance with our heads, each one would dance a different dance, each in a different space, some with friends but not with others, some as lonesome souls. One head is higher, one is lower, one is here on earth, the other in the clouds or beyond, and some minds know only their own space that no one else can know. But we dance with our feet, and all our feet are here on the same earth—none higher and...
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