A Shabbat Service at Chabad is much more then just a religious activity. It's a learning opportunity and rewarding experience for all. The informal, family style setting eliminates any possible feelings of irrelevance and boredom, and offer a personalized environment with soul-stirring impact. Ocassional explanations on the relevance, history, and inspiration behind selected prayers will invite you to connect with their deeper meaning - and will serve to bring them home in an internalizing and satisfying way.

Without question, the feature attraction of our Shabbat Service is the casual communal discussion forum that takes place after the Service amidst a deliciously prepared Kiddush. Enjoy traditional Shabbat cuisine - including our ever-popular Hot Cholent - then feast on lively in-depth discussions on a wide variety of topics of vital Jewish interest. Share your own ideas, learn from others, be inspired by a touching story, or learn a new Chassidic song. The opportunities available to you are endless!

Whether you are a veteran or a novice, these Services are geared for you! Joyous song, joint readings, and the personalized touch for which Chabad has become famous, will make for a memorable experience every time. Our prayer books offer excellent translations, as well as a steady diet of valuable reference information. We encourage participation by all men and women in the community. [Note that we do abide by the religious requirements of separate seating in a respectful manner.]

Shabbat Services do take place periodically on Saturday beginning at 9:30 AM, and you may stay as long as you wish. As our community grows we continually hope and try to implement a greater degree of frequency into our calendar of scheduled services. Please consult our published calendar, or our website calendar, for a schedule of our services.



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Shabbat, it's meaning, and it's practices



Sponsor a Shabbat Service with Chabad

Make a contribution in the amount of $72 and become a sponsor. Dedicate any scheduled Shabbat Service and Kiddush in memory of a loved one, in honor of a special occasion, birthday, or anniversary.