About Lubavitch on the East End

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Under the direction of Rabbi Leibel Baumgarten and his wife Goldie, Lubavitch of the East End founded in mid-1984, offers youth programs, adult education courses, community holiday awareness celebrations and hospital, nursing home and shut-in visitations. Many have experienced traditional Shabbat and Holiday meals at the Baumgarten's home. In addition, many have benefited from the Rabbi's counseling and various programs. Lubavitch of the East End  is a "one-stop" address for the many needs of the broader Jewish community.

Under the auspices of Lubavitch of the East End there are now Five Chabad centers on the East End assuring Jewish in their respected areas.

A "Chabad House", is a term used to describe a cozy informal place of worship. But a Chabad House is much more than just a place to pray. It is a home away from home, where Jews come together to learn and to grow, to discuss and to debate, to sing and to rejoice, to celebrate and to say L’Chaim. It is a place to inspire your family and to develop new friendships.
The focus and goal of the "Chabad House" is to provide an environment for Jewish men, women and children that is relaxed yet challenging, a place of stability yet full of movement and growth, an atmosphere for reflection and joyous expression.
Men, women and children of all backgrounds feel at home at the "Chabad House". The services and programs offer personal attention to the novice affording the opportunity to grow at your own pace. Whether you attend regularly or just pop in once in a while, you will find the "Chabad House" a refreshing experience. There are no membership fees at the "Chabad House", and all are welcome.
For times of services and for more information call (631) 698-4000.

Lubavitch of the East End / Chabad House of Coram does not recognize the false labels of Orthodox, Conservative and Reform. "A Jew is a Jew is a Jew - Period." We have gotten too carried away with the adjectives - the noun is universal - Jew. We have one Torah, we are one people, we have one G‑d and one land. Lubavitch of the East End / Chabad House of Coram endeavors to bring unity among the Jewish community through our common bond of Jewish faith and observance.
There are no prerequisites for getting involved with Lubavitch of the East End / Chabad House of Coram , whether you are affiliated or not, have much Jewish background or none, you are always welcome to try one or all of our programs. We are here to serve you and we will do our best to help you and your family. You do not have to be a member at Lubavitch of the East End / Chabad House of Coram , you do not even have to agree with everything Lubavitch of the East End / Chabad House of Coram says or does - you just have to be Jewish - and you automatically belong. For more information please feel free to call us at 698-4000. We are located at 87 Mt Sinai Coram Rd. in Coram.

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