• YJP – PERSIAN - SHABBAT DINNERFriday, December 2, 7pm
    For Young Jewish Professionals in your 20s & 30s
    Persian 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’
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    Join us for a lively Shabbat morning Davening and some inspirational learning, followed by Kiddush
    10:00 AM
    At the Chabad House of Downtown
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  • Wine & Cheese Community Chanukah PartyMonday, Dec. 19, 7 PM
    Celebrate the holiday of lights with community members of all ages.
    Sip wine, enjoy cheese, make latkes & donuts and play dreidels.
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    Wednesday, December 21st, 7PM
    For young Jews in their 20s & 30s
    Open Bar - Hors D'oeuvres - Menorah Lighting - Latkes & Donuts
    Couvert: $25 this week; $36 before Dec. 20; $45 day of.
    Hosts: Albert Antar, Aliza Silverman, Chani Druk, Heather Brown, Joseph Glanzberg, Sarenka Smith, Yocheved Kopel & Zach Cardin
  • Chabad In The NewsTHE BALTIMORE SUN
    Sunday, September 25 – Print Edition
    Chabad of Downtown’s Young Jewish Professionals bake Challah to deliver to Jewish patients at local hospitals
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This experience, to give life, to watch it grow, to be torn apart by it, to receive pleasure from it, and to give life again—for this the soul descended from its ethereal heights. And when it shall return to there, enveloped in these memories, it will finally know their depth. And with them travel ever higher and higher.
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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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