We cannot let antisemitism define our Judaism, but we cannot ignore it either. As direct memory of the Holocaust fades, Jews around the world are wondering whether the patterns of past centuries are returning, in both the Old and New Worlds, where Jews experience more hate crimes than any other group. Is there a way to escape this history of hate? Attend the class to find out how.

To learn more, visit www.harfordchabad.org/OAS.

Join us every Saturday for a meaningful Shabbat service with readings from the Torah and Nevi'im in a warm and welcoming environment.

Minyan will be on November 27.

To learn more, visit www.harfordchabad.org/Shul.

Let us explore different topics or ideas in Jewish thought together and see how we can apply them in our daily lives.

To learn more, visit www.harfordchabad.org/TorahStudies.

Bond with fellow Jewish women for an inspiring discussion group regarding Torah over hot drinks and delicious refreshments.

To learn more, visit www.harfordchabad.org/TAT.

The Challah Club serves as a social interaction for Jewish women of all backgrounds and ages. Come make delicious homemade Challah to bring home for Shabbat.

To learn more, visit www.harfordchabad.org/ChallahClub.

An uplifting, lively and enjoyable Friday Night Kabbalat Shabbat Service followed by soup & a variety of fine Scotch.

To learn more, visit www.harfordchabad.org/SAS.

Join us for dinner at our home together with the community!

To learn more, visit www.harfordchabad.org/CSD.

The Tefillin club is a chance to spend time with G‑d, praying and connecting on a personal level. Plus we get to bond with new and old friends over a 'Jewish' breakfast of bagels, lox and cream chees. Tefillin are not required and no experience necessary.

To learn more, visit www.harfordchabad.org/MTC.

Chanukah is the Jewish eight-day, wintertime “festival of lights, ” celebrated with a nightly menorah lighting, special prayers and fried foods. The Hebrew word Chanukah means “dedication, ” and is thus named because it celebrates the rededication of the Holy Temple. 

To learn more, visit www.harfordchabad.org/chanukah.