We've saved YOU a seat!
Services at Chabad are warm, engaging, inviting, and inspiring. No background knowledge, affiliation or tickets necessary.
Join us as we complete and restart the Torah once again!
Service followed by Kiddush
Dealing with a Personal Flood
Someone you know has suffered abuse, tragedy, or crisis. What now? How is it possible to rebuild after tragic loss? After witnessing the universe descend into chaos and destruction, Noah learned to find the healthy balance of love and distance, openness and boundaries.
Behind the Commandment to Tithe
If you are like most people, you work hard for your money. And while instinct may say to keep your paycheck, we are obligated to set aside ten percent to charity. By giving that ten percent, we boldly affirm what we all really know—that G-d is the true owner of the world.
Personal Investment in Judaism
After Avraham’s circumcision, why did G-d wait until the third day to visit him? Didn’t He want Avraham to get well right away? Far from it. He (and Avraham) knew that for some things, there just are no shortcuts.
Dating in the Orthodox Jewish Community
Do arranged marriages exist today in the Jewish community? May parents force a child to marry someone of their choosing? An exploration of dating practices in the Orthodox Jewish community reveals some profound dating advice from a source you might least expect—the rabbis.