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Friday, November 28
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Shabbat, November 29
Shabbat Ends: 5:00 pm
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Adult Education
The cornerstone of Chabad-Lubavitch philosophy is its focus in education and study for men, women and children, regardless of affiliation or ...
Hebrew School
At Chabad Hebrew School, families of all backgrounds feel comfortable and welcome. Our school enjoys a well-earned reputation as a trendsetter in ...
Mikvah
The tradition of Mikvah and the laws of Family Purity are central to Jewish life. Discover more about the tradition that can become a rich and ...
Synagogue
At Beth Menachem Chabad of Newton the services are traditional, and are conducted in a joyous, casual atmosphere. Many of those who attend cannot read ...
Parshah
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It was only yesterday that I wore a white dish-dasha, and now I sport a ...
 
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Your Questions
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Women
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