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  • About UsYou'll feel at home and learn something about your Jewish self with every visit. Read More
  • Synagogue ServicesA community that prays together stays together, services are in a warm and friendly environment. Join us for Friday night and Shabbat morning services. Prayer in a community setting, Torah reading, and of course a delicious kiddush. Read More
  • High Holiday ServicesDuring the High Holidays, the doors to heaven are open to all... So are ours! Join us for warm, welcoming & uplifting holiday services Read More
  • Judea Kids ClubJudea Kids Club offers a friendly and stimulating environment, where children can embrace their Jewish roots and gain a true sense of Jewish pride. TO REGISTER
  • ShabbatShabbat: the island of time that defines the Jew’s week. The rituals, the practices, the do’s, and the don’ts of the Jewish Sabbath—and how you can experience it all for yourself.
  • ParshahA comprehensive presentation of the weekly Torah reading, including translations, summaries and overviews, Rashi in English, and anthology of classical commentaries, essays based on the teachings of the chassidic masters, a wide selection of contemporary "Parshah Columnists," audio classes and a "Family Parshah" section for kids Browse section
  • Chai ClubThe Chai Club is comprised of individuals committed to the financial support of our center. Monthly donations in multiples of $18 add up and make a great difference!
  • Memorial - Yahrtzeit BoardA memorial plaque dedication is a distinguished and eternal way of paying respect and tribute to the memories of our dear departed loved ones; showing, as it does, the prominent places they occupy in our place of worship and in our hearts.Call our office at 954 986 2685 for more information
  • ZOOM SessionsJoin us at our ZOOM meeting.

    Every Thursday night
    8-9 pm.

    "Review of the Weekly Parshah"

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Daily Study
Shabbat & Holidays
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Weekly Torah Portion
Upcoming Holiday
Jul. 24
Weekly Magazine
It is crucial to have the proper intention when reciting the first verse of Shema, even more so than during other parts of prayer.
Literally “bringing in the bride,” it refers to the mitzvah of providing bride and groom with all that they need to marry.
The young women of Jerusalem had their priorities straight, and called upon the young men to focus on what is truly important.
Mishneh Torah, Hilchot Shabbat I.
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Learning & Inspiration
  • On Harmony in MarriageIn the 1970s the Rebbe began a campaign to promote the observance of Family Purity in the Jewish... Read More
  • Five Comforting Quotes From Nachamu, Isaiah’s Prophecy of Comfort Read More
  • In Idyllic South Africa Beach Town, a Dystopian Nightmare of Rioting and CovidChabad in South Africa airlifts food and provides comfort on the ground to terrified communitie Read More
  • Dancing Through the Streets with the Torah in the Heart of Tel AvivChabad on the Coast brings the joy of Judaism to English-speaking residents Read More
  • Boston Rabbi in Anti-Semitic Stabbing Responds: ‘I’ll Train Eight New Rabbis’Rabbi Sholom Noginski says conquering darkness with light is ‘the only way forward’ Read More
SHAVUOT 2021