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  • HIGH HOLIDAYS W/ CHABAD OF DOWNTOWNThe doors to heaven are open…. and so are ours!
    Join us for High Holiday Services & Events
    Rosh Hashanah Sep. 6 – 8 / Yom Kippur – Sep. 15 - 16
    Info & Reservations
  • YJP – OUTDOOR – TORAH TUESDAY!Upcoming Dates: July 20, Aug 3, Aug 17, Aug 31 - 7pm
    Young Jewish Professionals in your 20s & 30s join for some thought provoking leaning and socializing at a downtown park.
    BYOB – bring your own blanket/bring your own dinner or we can pick one up for you from a kosher eatery for $10. We'll bring cold water, beer and snacks.
    RSVP Here
  • Summer Weekly Virtual EventsWednesdays, 7:30pm Click Here
  • [email protected] Virtual Speed DatingSunday, July 25, 9 PM EDT
    Sign up to join the dating for marriage database.
    [email protected] will let you know if we have potential dates for you and l invite you to RSVP for the upcoming event.
    On the day of the event we will email your dating schedule with up to 7 dates per event. Each date will last 8 minutes.
    Info & Sign Up
  • SHABBAT MORNING SERVICE & KIDDUSHShabbat, August 7, 10am - Shabbat Mevarchim Elul.
    Join us for a lively Shabbat morning Davening and some inspirational learning, followed by Kiddush, Lunch & Farbrengen.
    At Chabad of Downtown
    More Info
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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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