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Lubavitch of the East End numerous programs and activities provide the education and means to promote Jewish knowledge, awareness and practice to experience our Jewish heritage connecting us to our past, present and future.


Lubavitch of the East End encourages positive action on the part of each Jew and offers its educational programs to all Jewish organizations, synagogues and groups in its efforts to increase Jewish knowledge and observance.


Through the Chabad Lubavitch philosophy of Ahavat Yisrael - unconditional love and concern for every Jew, regardless of religious background or affiliation.


Lubavitch of the East End provides synagogue services, spiritual guidance, community outreach and education to inspire all Jews to discover their common bond of Jewish faith and observance.
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Courses from the Jewish Learning Institute

Mikvah

Living waters

Chai Club

Monthly Donation Program

Holiday Programs

Experience each holiday and the meaning behind it.

Jewish Women's Circle

Designed for the contemporary Jewish woman

Learning & Inspiration
  • The Sinai FilesA SciFi/Fantasy version of the classic story of Moses' battle with the angels to receive the Tora... Read More
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Weekly Torah Portion
Upcoming Holiday
Jul. 23 - Aug. 13
Daily Thought
People think that the instructions come first, the dos and the don’ts, thou shalts and thou shalt nots. Later comes a sense of the divine, the mystical, the transcendental. But let’s say you encountered a Jew returning from Mount Sinai, where he shivered from the thunder, trembled from the lightning, where he heard G-d’s voice speaking to him directly, loud and clear. And you asked, “So what did He say?” “What did He say? The entire world disappeared for us! The heavens opened wide! We saw with our own eyes, experienced with every bone in our body, that there is truly nothing else but Him!” That is the starting place of Torah, and the...
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