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  • Drive-In CelebrationTuesday, December 15 Details here.
  • Celebrate Chanukah!Chanukah is the Jewish eight-day, wintertime “festival of lights,” celebrated with a nightly menorah lighting, special prayers and fried foods. Celebrate with us!
  • Daily StudyStudy Torah daily with our Daily Study portal. Lessons include: Chumash with Rashi, Psalms/Tehillim, Tanya, Rambam and Hayom Yom.
  • Hebrew SchoolChabad Hebrew School offers a friendly and stimulating environment, where children can embrace their Jewish roots and gain a true sense of Jewish pride. Read More
  • ParshahA comprehensive presentation of the weekly Torah reading, including translations, summaries and overviews, Rashi in English, and anthology of classical commentaries, essays based on the teachings of the chassidic masters, a wide selection of contemporary "Parshah Columnists," audio classes and a "Family Parshah" section for kids
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Learning & Inspiration
  • Can We Add Our Own Jewish Holidays?Chabad.org lists some newer “holidays.” How can we add holidays? Read More
  • Saved by an Arab AngelI will never forget that night, five years ago, when my husband and I almost died. It was an event... Read More
  • 13 Hanukkah Facts Every Jew Should KnowBecome an expert on this widely celebrated but barely understood Jewish festival. Read More
  • Take the Jewish Daily Routine QuizTake this quiz to see how well you know the various mitzvot that are done daily in the life of a... Read More
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Dec. 10 - Dec. 18
Daily Thought
Why is Chanukah in the winter, at the darkest time of year? Because when the world gets cold and dark, it’s time...
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