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The Shul is founded on the principle that, while Jews embrace many levels of observance in their personal lives, there should be a place for all Jews - no labels, no affiliations - to develop a sense of community, to enhance the experience of being Jewish, to learn and to have fun.The Shul is just that place. By focusing on the individual's relationship to Judaism, The Shul appeals to all segments of the Jewish community. By offering a wide range of activities for adults, children and the whole family, The Shul follows many paths to enrich Jewish life in our community. And by bringing many different ideas together, The Shul can help you find The Jewish Community in your heart
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Learning & Inspiration
  • Sharing the Season of JoyThe yahrzeit of the Rebbe Maharash, the fourth Chabad Rebbe, falls just before Sukkos, a time when... Read More
  • Can I Tie Down the Sechach?Some sechach blew off during Sukkot. I was wondering if I can just tie it down with string. When I... Read More
  • A Houseplant Named NedI think I am going to buy a houseplant and name it Ned. I realized I needed a houseplant after my... Read More
Shabbat & Holidays
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Weekly Torah Portion
Upcoming Holiday
Sep. 20 - Sep. 27
Daily Thought
A sukkah is an embrace. You sit inside and G‑d is hugging you. All of you, from head to toe. Whatever you do inside your sukkah—sip a beer, chat with a friend, answer your e‑mail, or just sleep soundly—all is transformed into a mitzvah, a secure and timeless connection with the Infinite. And then, when you leave the sukkah to enter the world, you carry that hug with...
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