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Welcome
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Join us for services with Rabbi Hershy Bronstein in a warm, friendly atmosphere. Our nonjudgmental philosophy embraces everyone, regardless of commitment or religious background. Services are held in a traditional setting, with a contemporary message. At Chabad we recognize that a synagogue needs to be a second home for our children. We strive to provide programs for toddlers to teens to enjoy Shabbat services.
 
Our Synagogue
Imagine worshipping in an atmosphere of total inclusion and acceptance, where you are welcome, in fact encouraged, to ask questions, and where you are implored to be as nonjudgmental of your neighbor as he or she is of you. This is the atmosphere that has been created in our intimate and vibrant synagogue which we call home.
Shabbat Services
Our Shabbat services are traditional. They are led by Rabbi Hershy Bronstein and chanted members of our minyan along with our Rabbi. Our prayer books are written in both Hebrew and English, and the page numbers are announced continuously so you may always catch up if you prefer to meditate at a slower speed. The truth is that only each individual among us knows how he or she best communicates with G-d. At Chabad the language you use or the pace you set for yourself are not of paramount importance.
Throughout the services melodies both old and new are sung, helping to enhance and inspire the prayer experience.
Shabbat Services

Daily Minyan

Start your day right

We are extremely proud of our daily minyan, We do the complete service with a full repetition of the Shacharit Amidah in a half hour . Although we are a small congregation, we whould love to have a minyan but we need your help , we use our Minyan On-Call list to recruit more people. To be added to our the Minyan On-Call or Text list, contact Allen kopelman at (954) 478-7714 or synagogue office at 954-341-9511 or minyin@chabadsynagogue.com

TIFFILEN CAN BE PROVIDED

Coffee is served following services

D’var Torah
Each week Rabbi Bronstein enlightens us by expounding upon the meaning of the Torah section of the week. He guides us through a weekly journey from ancient times to the present, by opening our eyes not merely to the words in the Holy Book, but to the unspoken allegories the words reflect. Shabbat after Shabbat, he synthesizes the Torah narratives and directives, and relates their messages so that we may grow from them as we incorporate them into our contemporary hectic lifestyles. Remarkably, his message manages to be universal and personal simultaneously, and touches each of us, regardless of the mile markers on our individual spiritual highways.
youth services
Upcoming events
Sep. 22, 2017
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