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Chabad Center for Jewish Life is a warm, organic environment where you can be you. We hail from diverse backgrounds and affiliations, joining together to connect and pray in a relaxed, non-judgemental and uplifting environment. There are no 'airs' or important people here; just human beings reaching out to Hashem and each other.
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  • Life Through the Lens of KabbalahThe Rebbe’s father saw kabbalistic significance in every event in his life. Was this a humble... Read More
  • Does My Son Need a Traditional Bris?Is there a substantive reason to have a circumcision performed by a mohel, rather than a doctor?... Read More
  • Be Like a Bee!Like the bee who buzzes around and collects nectar, we, too, are tasked with moseying about and... Read More
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The day before Yom Kippur is for remorse for the past; Yom Kippur is for resolve for the future
Hayom Yom, Tishrei 9
Shabbat & Holidays
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Daily Thought
He made you hungry, He made you starve, He fed you manna… (Deut. 8:3) Torah could only be given to people who had consumed manna. (Midrash Tanchuma 20:2) It wasn’t that manna didn’t satisfy hunger. Manna was food, nourishing food. But it was food that caused you to feel dissatisfied. That was its nourishment. Your manna might have tasted to you like a succulent grilled steak. But it was a spiritual, not a tangible experience—and that left you yearning for something beyond that experience, something a physical body could never really have. This was crucial to the plan. As the rabbis taught, “The secrets of Torah can be transmitted only to one whose heart troubles him incessantly from inside.”...
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