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Are you a “Chabad person”?
At Chabad we value you. Whether you’ve lived in
Harford County all your life or moved here recently,
your life experiences and beliefs are worthy of being
shared and welcomed. If you’re open to traditional
services and love asking Jewish-flavored questions,
come find your spirit and your people here.
So, are YOU a “Chabad person"?
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 Sep 13, 2018 | 0 Comments
Some people are passive, others are aggressive. Yet others are passive aggressive. Some people are hard on themselves...
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Rabbi's Blog posted on Sep 6, 2018 | 0 Comments
They say that there are those who have the custom to eat raisins and celery on the night of Rosh Hashanah and to say may it be your will that I should have a raise in my salary. This is an ancedote based on what it says in the code of...
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Rabbi's Blog posted on Aug 31, 2018 | 0 Comments
One time, a wagon got stuck in the mud, and the non-Jewish driver poked his head into the Baal Shem Tov’s synagogue, asking his disciples for help to pull the wagon out. The disciples replied: “We’re sorry, but we aren’t strong enough to...
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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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