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  • Lag B'Omer Family Fun DayDon't miss this year's exciting Lag B'Omer Celebration at Sugar House Park! With inflatables, ball games, music and a grand BBQ, it's sure to be a fun time for all ages! More Details
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Chabad Lubavitch of Utah is committed to the themes on which the Chabad movement is based: a love for G‑d, a love for Torah, and a love for the Jewish people. Chabad welcomes every Jew into an inviting and non-judgmental environment in which to experience our heritage. Through classes, Holiday events, Services, and programming for all ages, the Salt Lake City community will be constantly enriched with the beauty of Judaism.
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  • The Archaeological Echoes of a Young King DavidIdentify Saul's palace, armor similar to Goliath's, and the places that feature in David's youth. Read More
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Daily Thought
A college student once asked the Rebbe what is his job. The Rebbe gestured to the ceiling of his room and replied: Do you see that light bulb? It is connected by wires to an electrical generating station that powers the whole of Brooklyn. And that plant is connected to turbo-generators at Niagara Falls that power the whole of New York State and more. Every one of us is a light bulb wired into an infinitely powerful generator. But the room may still be dark, because the connection has yet to be made, and it is hard to find a switch in the dark. The job of a rebbe is to take your hand in that dark room...
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