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Ancient Wisdom for Today's World

The cornerstone of Chabad-Lubavitch philosophy is its focus in education and study for men, women and children, regardless of affiliaton or background.

Chabad has seen education as the most effective way to enhance the prospects of the future, both for the individual and for the community.

» THE CHOICE IS YOURS

Dear Friend,

We are pleased to present this season’s array of Adult Education classes and courses. Please take a moment, look through these pages and see what you, your family and friends will enjoy. We hope to enable everyone to discover more about Judaism, experience its rich traditions, and learn our ancient source of wisdom, the Torah. At Chabad, all are welcome to join and gain in a non-judgmental and enthusiastic atmosphere, regardless of background or affiliation.

There is no charge for most classes.

Please note that we are available to set up a class at your home or office. Please contact us for details.

Looking forward to seeing you soon,

Sincerely,

Rabbi Yisroel & Tzipora Labkowski

Upcoming events
Jan. 21, 2020
Every Jew has faith in Hashem (G-D), as it says "we are believers and sons of believers", the challenge in our day to day life is whether or not we truly TRUST in him that everything is for our ...
Jan. 22, 2020
Join us for a wonderful kabbalah class.

Open to Men and Women. Come alone or bring a friend!

Navigate your soul as we study the ancient teachings of the Jewish mystics and ...
Jan. 23, 2020
Come experience the stories of the weekly Torah portion and how they address the timeless issues that confront us all. This class focuses on fundamental and central Jewish ideas as they relate ...
Jan. 25, 2020
Enjoy an uplifting Shabbat prayer fallowed by a grand Kiddish with plenty of L'Chaim.