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  • About UsAt Bais Chabad we are one big family. Our mission statement says it all. Join a class, an event, a dinner; taste it for yourself!Read More
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  • Jewish Women's CircleThe Jewish Women's Circle brings together Jewish women of all ages and backgrounds to learn, laugh, experience and rejuvenate the mind, body and soul.Read More
  • Aleph Art RoomAleph Art Room offers a friendly and stimulating environment, where children can embrace their Jewish roots and gain a true sense of Jewish pride all through the language of the arts.
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  • Jewish Music for Kids and MomsJoin other Jewish moms and kids as we explore the child's world through story, song, cooking, crafts and circle time. Sensory tables are placed around the room to pique your child's senses while learning social skills. Morah Zeesy is dynamic, loving and musical. Read More
  • Adult EducationFind answers to all of your deepest questions, or just a comfortable place to start asking, at our scholarly Torah classes. Every night of the week Bais Chabad is buzzing with Torah study.Read More
  • JLIOffering courses from the Jewish Learning Institute on a range of topics. An international learning institute, Rabbi Shneur's vibrant and warm classes are not to be missed!Read More
  • The Rebbetzins' Recipe CornerChaya Sarah and Zeesy share their best recipes with you!Read More
  • How Joseph Maintained His SerenityJoseph was in tune with another person’s pain, and was therefore capable of doing that one small...Read More
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Two pithy lines were repeated by beloved teachers and relived by those who heard them each and every year.
I have nothing against religion, but could it be that religious Judaism is a cult? I bumped into an old classmate who has become totally religious. After speaking to her, I felt that she is brainwashed . . .
After years of watching these and other animated, enthusiastic rabbis, with their interesting and industrious ways of approaching holidays—and every day, for that matter—I have learned that sometimes it’s me who is missing a tune.
Was I really returning home, or just to the memories of what once was?
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