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Mission Statement

Mission Statement

Who do we serve ? What is our mission statement? How can we join the family? I dont know much about being jewish will i still feel welcome ?

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  Mission Statement: 
The aim and goal of Chai Center is to educate, inspire and help every Jew increase their
level of Jewish knowledge, enthusiasm and commitment. With unconditional love and respect, Chai Center  welcomes all Jews with a non-judgmental and pleasant approach .


  Chabad Synagogue is  a dynamic, friendly and welcoming modern family-oriented Synagogue with cherished traditional values

We bring contemporary families together with a wide range of activities. The Rabbinic leadership is young, energetic and dedicated. Membership rates are reasonable and affordable. Joyous and exuberant Services are easy to follow and often include relevant,running commentary. Sermons are humorous , topical and inspirational. 

Regardless of age, background or level of observance,people feel comfortable and relaxed at Chabad synagouge

 Chabad Synagogue enhances Jewish life in the local community and beyond. Regardless of affiliation or background, every Jew can call this home. 

We balance cherished,traditional values with the needs of modern, Jewish families in a non-judgmental, friendly and inclusive atmosphere... you will never be labeled as unaffiliated, Reform, Conservative or Orthodox. Here youare simply Jewish.

The Synagogue is a meeting place for social, religious, educational, cultural, and family events and where people seek guidance and advice for whatever issues life presents

The Shul is a very unorthodox, Orthodox synagogue

 

Who does our chapter of chabad serve ?

Chai Center -Chabad is an independent affiliate of Coral Spring Chabad, serving the growing Coral Springs Jewish Community with an array of Jewish outreach, education, and social services.

When was Chabad Synagogue established ? 

Chabad synagogue was founded in September of 2005 by Rabbi Hershy Bronstein and his wife Chanie, with the blessing of Rabbi Friedman director of Coral Springs Chabad and Chabad international.

Why should our family join ?

By joining Chabad Synagogue  you will acquire lifelong friendships, an opportunity for spiritual growth, and most importantly a chance to be a part of your Jewish community. Please feel free to visit us for services or any other program, or just stop in to say hello.By joining Chabad synagogue you will acquire lifelong friendships, an opportunity for spiritual growth, and most importantly a chance to be a part of your Jewish community. Please feel free to visit us for services or any other program, or just stop in to say hello.

What programs do we offer ?

Chabad Synagogue is a full service synagogue ,

The wide range of programs we wish to offer are geared to all ages and affiliations. Our programs include year round Holiday Educational Programs, Adult Education Courses, Religious Services, children's programs and much more. Come and see for yourselves any of our wonderful programs or services and you will be sure to feel right at homeThe wide range of programs we wish to offer are geared to all ages and affiliations. Our programs include year round Holiday Educational Programs, Adult Education Courses, Religious Services, children's programs and much more. Come and see for yourselves any of our wonderful programs or services and you will be sure to feel right at home

To become members at chabad synagoge Click here

Q: Is  Chabad Synagogue  financed by its headquarters in New York?

A: It is Chabad’s policy that each center is supported by the community it serves.  All funding for local Chabad programs is solicited locally.  No funds are received from Lubavitch World Headquarters nor are any locally raised funds sent to Lubavitch World Headquarters in New York.  All funds donated remain right here in our community  

 

Tell more about the chabad

Q: What is Chabad?

A: The Chabad Synagogue is one of more than 2,500 branches of today's largest international organization involved with Jewish education and outreach programs.

Chabad and Lubavitch are in fact synonomous terms referrring to the same organization. Embracing the philosophy of the Chabad Lubavitch Movement, which originated in the town of Lubavitch in White Russia during the 18th century, Lubavitch's underlying doctrine is "Ahavat Yisrael" (love for a fellow Jew).Chabad recognizes no differences between Jews; its goal is to serve the spiritual and physical needs of each Jew regardless of affiliation, wherever he or she may be, with understanding and with love.

By means of a rare combination that blends traditional Judaism with modern day techniques, Chabad has found the formula to develop a rapport with the most alienated of Jews and to enhance their outlook. By arousing an intellectual and/or emotional interest in our faith, Chabad has become the catalyst to connect Jews with their Jewish roots and revive the sparks of Jewish consciousness in the hearts and minds of each Jew.

There are no prerequisites for getting involved with Chabad, 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 Chabad, you do not even have to agree with everything Chabad says or does - you just have to be Jewish - and you automatically belong.

Q: Do you have to be Orthodox to participate in programs offered by Chabad?

A: Chabad is inclusive and non-judgmental, and our programs are open to all Jews.  In fact, the majority of people who participate in programs at Chabad are not Orthodox.  The teachings of Chabad are imbued with the renowned Chassidic spirit and joy, but in no way is the commitment to an Orthodox lifestyle a prerequisite to one's acceptance at Chabad functions.

Q: Is the goal of Chabad to make me Orthodox?

A: Chabad is not out to make one Orthodox. Chabad is an educational organization dedicated to helping every Jew, regardless of background, affiliation, or personal level of observance, to increase their level of Jewish knowledge, enthusiasm, and commitment.  Chabad invites you to explore the complex areas of Jewish religion, tradition, and practice in an open-minded and non-judgmental atmosphere.  All of Chabad’s classes, programs, and services are designed to heighten the awareness and lend valuable insight into one's heritage, traditions, religious practice, laws and rituals.  Each individual is invited to participate, study, and learn.  Each individual makes his or her own respective religious lifestyle decisions at his or her own pace. Each mitzvah stands on its own as an important step in ones personal growth.

Q: Does Chabad consider Reform, Conservative, or non-practicing Jews as "real" Jews?

A:  A Jew is a Jew is a Jew – period. Chabad avoids labeling other Jews, since it tends to divide and create barriers between us.  Jewish Law has traditionally considered anyone born of a Jewish mother or converted in accordance with Halacha to be a Jew, regardless of his or her degree of observance.  We have one Torah, we are one People, and we have one G‑d. Chabad endeavors to bring unity among the Jewish community through our common bond of Jewish faith and observance.

Q: Is  Chabad Synagogue  financed by its headquarters in New York?

A: It is Chabad’s policy that each center is supported by the community it serves.  All funding for local Chabad programs is solicited locally.  No funds are received from Lubavitch World Headquarters nor are any locally raised funds sent to Lubavitch World Headquarters in New York.  All funds donated remain right here in our community.

Q: Do women occupy a secondary position in Chabad philosophy?


A: Secondary? No! The high standing of Jewish women in Chabad is central to the survival of Judaism. As the cornerstone of Jewish family life, the woman can attain a profound and meaningful spirituality, one that fulfills her deepest needs and aspirations opening fresh perspectives on self-understanding, growth and Torah knowledge. Ignorance, misconceptions, and outright myths about Jewish women have prevailed until very recently, turning many people away from an appreciation of Torah and a traditional Jewish lifestyle. Chabad is working hard to correct those misconceptions

 


 

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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