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  • High Holidays AppealI’m just a small Shofar. Most of the year you don’t even think of me.
    This past year has been like a shofar. Twisting and turning, ups and downs. I’m used to curves but this year is making me dizzy. Back to normal and back and back. Inflation and falling stock markets, war in Ukraine, anti-Semitic attacks and a lingering pandemic. People are suffering from loneliness. Depression. Anxiety. Fatigue.
    Our community needs you...
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  • Order your Lulav & EtrogWant to make a blessing on your very own Lulav & Etrog this Sukkot? Purchase your own set this year! Limited Supplies Order Here
  • SHABBAT & CHAG MORNING SERVICES & KIDDUSHYJP & Community
    Join us for a lively Shabbat & Sukkot morning Davening and some inspirational learning, followed by Kiddush Lunch in honor of Shabbat & Yomtov.
    10:00 AM
    At the Chabad House of Downtown
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  • Sukkot & Simchat Torah w/ ChabadCome join us for a spectacular celebration of Jewish unity, faith in G‑d, and the completion of the annual Torah reading cycle.
    Downtown Community Sukkot
    Services Schedule
    Simchat Torah Celebration & More
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Daily Thought
On such a holy, beautiful day, why do we recite a list of sins again and again? Because one day of the year is not enough. We wish our souls to be united with her Beloved every day of the year. So we read out loud through this list, and one by one, through G-d’s great kindness and love for us, the stains on the clothing of our souls fade away. Then we rise higher, into a yet more intense light in which the stains can still be detected. And so we repeat the list again. Until, by the end of Yom Kippur, we enter the new...
Learning & Inspiration
  • What the Athenian Sages Didn't UnderstandThere will always be people in our lives who meander from the straight and narrow. How can we set... Read More
  • A Jewish American WarriorI used to be embarrassed when people asked me ‘What is a Jewish girl doing in the military?’ Now, I... Read More
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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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