Chabad Center For Jewish Life Downtown invites you to Traditional Rosh Hashana Services Hebrew/English Prayer BooksInteractive & EngagingCommentary & InstructionsFollowed by Kiddush Lunch Sunday, September 17, 10:00 AM – 12:15 PM At 1016 Lafayette Ave, Buffalo NY 14209Text 716-545-6806 to RSVP Free of Charge. No Membership Required.
Celebrate the first or second night of Sukkot in the Sukkah! Fulfill the Biblical commandment to have a bite in the Sukkah and make the special blessing, and enjoy an entree dinner. Partake of the joyous atmosphere of Sukkot and the warm company of the community. Friday, Sept 29th at
Rabbi Mendy LabkowskiCo-director Rabbi Mendy was born and raised right next door in the town of Amherst, and then expanded his passion for Judaism all over the world — he furthered his Jewish studies in Canada, worked as a Rabbi in Venezuela and later an educator in Brooklyn. Mendy has
The Chessed Circle is a group of dedicated community volunteers who spread Chessed-Kindness with warmth and sensitivity. The purpose of this initiative is to support individuals and families in our community and beyond through happy moments and times of difficulty. The Chessed Circle sends gifts of food and visitations to nourish the
Join the local Buffalo Jewish Community for an elevating High Holiday Rosh Hashana get together. Hear the stirring, unadulterated blasts of the Shofar as we sing selected prayers from the High Holiday liturgy and practice the mitzvah of tashlich. And walk away with a message that you were carrying all
YOUR MOMENT. YOUR LEGACY. YOUR CJL 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
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