YOUR MOMENT. YOUR LEGACY. YOUR CHABAD. This is your moment to hold hands across the generations. This is your moment to ensure a Jewish future that is spiritual and meaningful. This is your moment to leave a Jewish legacy. Would you like to create a lasting, personal legacy you’ll be
What is it about the Rebbe that exudes so much love – that makes him so immanent – binding Jews from every walk of life to him so deeply? The Rebbe The Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, this century’s most dominant Jewish figure, is clearly the one individual singularly responsible for stirring
Did you know that there is no “mother-ship” in NY, or elsewhere, that sends funds? Chabad Jewish Center’s Chai Partners make a special commitment to inspiring the future of Jewish life in Buffalo by providing steady, reliable core funding for the Chabad Jewish Center. Thanks to your monthly pledge, we know
The Philosophy Chabad-Lubavitch is a philosophy, a movement, and an organization. It is considered to be the most dynamic force in Jewish life today. Lubavitch appropriately means the “city of brotherly love”The word “Chabad” is a Hebrew acronym for the three intellectual faculties of chochmah—wisdom, binah—comprehension and da’at—knowledge. The movement’s
Study Judaism: Your Level, Your Turf, Your Choice So the classes are all at the wrong times. Or you feel that the material is on a higher level/lower level than you are. Or you want to study something specific. No problem! Would you like to study with Rabbi or Rebbetzin one-on-one?
You can sponsor a Kiddush to commemorate a birthday, anniversary, graduation, yahrzeit, or any significant event. If you prefer, it is also possible to co-sponsor a Kiddush. We also welcome contributions to the General Kiddush Fund. Please call with any questions and to reserve your kiddush date. The week’s sponsor(s)
A “Yahrzeit”, (anniversary of a loved one’s passing) is a time to remember the person, in the synagogue by reciting the kaddish prayer, through the giving of extra charity and through learning. Jewish Law requires that the Kaddish be recited during the first eleven months following the death of a loved one by prescribed
Shabbat Services: To emulate our creator who rested on the seventh day, we invigorate our spiritual sensitivities by setting aside our mundane, earthly labors from dusk on Friday to evening on Saturday. Shabbat is a time when intellectual exchange and family warmth trump the travail of the tedious week. Together,