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  • High Holidays at ChabadCelebrate the High Holidays among friends and connect with you inner self. Services will be interspersed with explanations and page guidance. In short, you will feel at home! Wishing you and yours a very happy and sweet new year! Learn More!
  • Torah & TeaTuesday Mornings
    This women's Torah series brings you this tradition of classical Jewish learning in a series of clear and engaging weekly classes. Probing the ideas and issues presented in each week's Torah portion, these lessons offer timely lessons for living-from the most timeless of all texts.
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    Meet new people, feel the Shabbat atmosphere, enjoy great food, and just feel Jewish! every second Friday of each month.
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Imagine a place where every Jew, from the unaffiliated to the most learned, could feel at home. Imagine a place where children could develop their Jewish identities, where parents could learn how to transmit the beauty of Judaism to the next generation. Imagine a place where men and women could explore their heritage, where our culture and traditions are treasured. Imagine Jewish people from all walks of life coming together to share and inspire, and to see themselves as active participants in the unfolding of their people’s destiny. Imagine a place where learning and laughter, sacred and secular, spiritual and physical come together in an atmosphere of warmth and acceptance. You have just imagined Chabad of Randolph, a place where Judaism comes vibrantly alive.
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  • Are We Destined to Stay the Same?Is there a way to imagine teshuvah as something empowering and encouraging, rather than a beat-down... Read More
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  • Could the People Have Stopped Moses' Passing?G‑d instructed Moses to ascend the mountain “in the middle of the day,” making it clear that they... Read More
  • The Ultimate Sukkot CelebrationYour DIY guide to hosting your own Simchat Beit Hashoeva event Read More
  • The Jewish People Prepare for Sukkot, the ‘Season of Our Rejoicing’The outdoor, seven-day holiday approaches with safety and unity again top of mind Read More
Daily Quote
"Love your fellow like yourself" is an interpretation of and commentary on "Love G‑d your G‑d." He who loves his fellow-Jew loves G‑d, because the Jew has with in himself a "part of G‑d Above." Therefore, when one loves the Jew - i.e. his inner essence - one loves G‑d...
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Daily Thought
He found him in a desert land, in a desolate, howling waste…As an eagle awakening its nest, fluttering over His...
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