The Shul is a vibrant place where Jews of all walks of life; beginners and advanced, thinkers and doers, young an old, come together as one to study, to pray, to rejoice and to grow. A Learning Experience: Every time a person enters the Shul, they will learn something new. A
A “Yahrzeit”, (anniversary of a loved one’s passing) is a time to remember the person, in the synagogue by reciting the kaddish prayer, through the giving of extra charity and through learning. Jewish Law requires that the Kaddish be recited during the first eleven months following the death of a loved one by prescribed
You can sponsor a Kiddush to commemorate a birthday, anniversary, graduation, yahrzeit, or any significant event. If you prefer, it is also possible to co-sponsor a Kiddush. We also welcome contributions to the General Kiddush Fund. Please call with any questions and to reserve your kiddush date. The week’s sponsor(s) has
Friday night services are lively and enjoyable. Services will be followed by Kiddush and schmooze time, accompanied by fine scotch, soup & matza balls, and other treats. Give it a try – it will lift your spirits in more ways than one! First Friday of the month.For Family’s.
Dear friend, As you may know, Chabad Jewish Center is dedicated to serving every Jew with Ahavat Israel and unconditional love, regardless of religious background, affiliation or financial status. Since our inception in August 2004, we have been involved in serving the needs of the estimated 4000 residents of the
An Eternal Bond with the Eternal Soul Although the passing of a person is a tremendous loss for relatives and friends, in Judaism Yahrzeits are a time of reflection and contemplative celebration – not mourning. The soul of the deceased is actualizing its life-long dream – reuniting with its Creator.