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  • SHABBAT MORNING SERVICES & KIDDUSHYJP & Community
    Join us for a lively Shabbat morning Davening and some inspirational learning, followed by Kiddush
    10:00 AM
    At the Chabad House of Downtown
    More Info
  • YJP – KID'ISH - SHABBAT DINNERFriday, March 3, 7PM
    For Young Jewish Professionals in your 20s & 30s
    Kids themed Shabbat dinner - With lots of food, lots of friends & lots of fun!
    At the Chabad House of Downtown
    Couvert: YJP $18, Student $12, First time, use promo code ‘welcome’
    RSVP Here
  • Chabad In The News!Local and national news outlets cover Chabad of Downtown's Chanukah celebrations.
    WBAL TV 11 BALTIMORE:
    Dreidel parade on scooters celebrates first night of Hanukkah in Baltimore
    BALTIMORE JEWISH TIMES:
    Students’ scooters light the way on the first night of Chanukah
    BALTIMORE JEWISH LIFE:
    Chanukah Scooter Parade Downtown (Videos & Photos)
    YAHOO! NEWS
    Baltimore celebrates first night of Hanukkah
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Your soul is full of words, some inscribed, some engraved. The words inscribed on your soul are not of its essence. Like ink upon a page, they came to you from the outside, from life and its experiences. Eventually, they may fade and fall away, to be replaced by other words. The words engraved are of the soul itself—just as engravings are no more than the form of the stone. When the soul finds quietude, those words are there. If the soul is in turmoil, or soiled by experience, those engravings need only be cleaned and uncovered. But they can never be torn away. Those same words that engraved within the fabric of your soul are...
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Chabad of Downtown serves downtown's young adult, graduate students, residents & professionals.
Established in 2008, Chabad of Downtown serves as a center for Jewish life and education and is dedicated to making the beauty of our Jewish heritage accessible to all Jews.
We welcome and accepts all Jews regardless of background or affiliation.
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