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Jewish Holidays

With the unique spirituality of Chabad philosophy, our holiday experience is enjoyable.

 
Youth

When it comes to youth, our philosophy is simple: Education must become a way of life.

 
Shul

Our services are traditional and are conducted in a joyous, casual atmosphere.

 
Adult Education

Drawing on Chassidic teaching, the most basic building blocks of existence are reexamined.

 
Community

We are not merely independent members of a local neighborhood; we are a part of one family.

 
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Rabbi's Blog posted on Aug 8, 2019 | 0 Comments
Mirror mirror on the wall, who is the greatest of them all At times we think we are the greatest. One tends to think that because I am more knowledgeable in a specific subject, an "expert", it makes me most qualified to speak on the subject. For example, in prayer, the one who understands the meaning of the words, knows the Kabbalistic insights, his or her...
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Rabbi's Blog posted on Aug 1, 2019 | 1 Comment
Where do you draw the line? Logic says that we are to sacrifice for the things that are important to us in life. To provide a living for our families we work hard, giving up on potentially enjoyable vacations. We study late into the night to achieve our intellectual goals. We put aside our personal needs for our children. In the sacrifice we uncover potentials...
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Rabbi's Blog posted on Jul 25, 2019 | 0 Comments
Is change possible?   There were a few people, the instigators of a mutiny. The group grew, and ultimately...
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Testimonials
Carol - Churchville
That was by far THE best service I have ever been to. You might have a bigger crowd Yom Kippur as I raved about the service to my friends.
Just wanted to say thank you for Fraida’s honey cake, brought by your sheliach. I know you have high hopes, but if you want to know my estimate
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Alex - Rehab Patient
You helped save my life. You and Harford Chabad will always have my undying gratitude.
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