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  • Order Your Lulav & EsrogCelebrate the Holiday of Sukkot with you own set of the Four Species! - Basic sets starting at $36. Sample More Text
  • Inner Harbor & UMB SukkahsOct. 3 – 9 - Downtown’s newest attractions will disappear in just a few days! Whether you’re downtown for leisure or work a Sukkah is there for you. - Eat in the Sukkah! Bless the Lulav & Esrog! - Wear a mask and keep your distance. Map & Info
  • Outdoor Shabbat ServiceSelect Sat., 10am - Join us for an outdoor social distance davening & learning behind the Chabad House, 407 S High St. - Cold drinks and snack refreshments provided. - Wear a mask and keep your distance. Pls RSVP RSVP & Info
  • Mezuzah It ForwardKnow someone new who moved to town? Need a new Mezuzah for your home? Want yours checked?
    We'll help you gift, purchase or check your Mezuzah!
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  • YJP Outdoor Torah TuesdayTue. Sep. 15, 6:30pm - For young professionals in your 20s & 30s - Outdoor Torah discussion & socializing. Social learning with social distancing. - Washington Monument - Prepacked dinner from The Daily Special $10 or bring your own. Info & RSVP
  • Support Chabad!Make a donation in support of Jewish life downtown! Your donation allows us to share the beauty and depth of Judaism. Contributions are tax exempt. Donate Today!
  • Join The Chai ClubInvest in Jewish life downtown! Join the Chai Club of individuals committed to supporting Chabad's work in our community by making monthly donations in multiples of $18! You can make the difference! Join Now!
  • Why Do We Fast on Yom Kippur?What is Yom Kippur all about? Unpack layers of meaning embedded in the requirement that we neither... Read More
  • A Heartfelt CryThere are many details and rituals connected to the various obligations of a Jew. Even when it... Read More
  • Why Would an Atheist Pray?Perhaps atheists and believers have more in common than they imagine. Read More
  • Yussie's Yom Kippur Prayer"G‑d, I am sorry," Yussie began. "I want to go inside to pray, but I haven't eaten anything for a... Read More
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