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  • Young Jewish Professional Friday Night Dinner Join friends from across the neighborhood for an inspiring Friday Night Meal!
    October 30, 7 pm
    $20 per person - Sponsorship $200
    ChabadLES - 37 Essex St.
    To RSVP
  • Opening This Year! MyGan MyGan is a brand new playgroup for 2-year-olds opening this fall at Chabad.
    A warm environment with personal attention for your child in a Jewish setting.
    To Register
  • Coronavirus Resources & InspirationThe number of people around the world impacted by coronavirus is increasing. Is there something we can do about it?
  • Synagogue ServicesA community that prays together stays together. Join us for shabbat and holiday services in a warm, friendly environment.
  • New Location!Come join us at our Grand New Location! 37 Essex St. Between Grand and Hester Streets.
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  • On Giving Charity before Kindling Shabbat CandlesThis is in reply to your letter in which you inquire about the significance of the dollar bill you... Read More
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Standing there, looking down from Mount Sinai, Moses had to make a decision. In his hands, he held two tablets, the work of G-d, engraved by G-d with His own words. No objects more precious than these two stone tablets had ever materialized in this universe. Below, he beheld his people in the debauchery of their sin, worshipping a golden calf only forty days after hearing from G-d Himself, “You shall have no other gods.” If Moses would hold onto the tablets, he would have to deliver them, and then, he knew, none of those who had any involvement with the...
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