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Letter from the Rabbi

Letter from the Rabbi


B”H

Dear Friend:

Here are 7* things we think you should know about us and our Chabad community:

1. 98% of the people you will meet at Chabad are not “Orthodox.” There are Jews from all backgrounds and walks of life who come here for many different reasons.

2. Yes, we would love you as part of our community but membership is never required to attend any of our services or participate in any of our programs.

3. We are a friendly congregation and would like you to think of Chabad of Randolph as your second home. Our community is like family.

4. Our services are spoken in English and Hebrew with transliteration – they are uplifting, soulful, and you won’t have trouble following along.

5. My wife Chava and I love being Jewish. We will teach you anything you'd like to know about Judaism. That's why we're here.

6. We love to be happy, smile, and keep things simple. It’s a Chasidic thing . . .

7. Yes, I have a beard and Chava wears long skirts, but don't let that keep you away. We have our style and you are free to have yours!

If you are searching for a Jewish community and these things resonate with you, we may just be the right fit for you and your family. We hope to see you soon.

Wishing you and your family a very happy and healthy 5776 filled with a lot of joy and peace!

Sincerely,

Rabbi Avraham Bekhor

*Seven is a very important number in Judaism - we'll let you know why next time we see you!

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