Want to keep Kosher for Passover? Don't live on macaroons all Passover..... Stop by Chabad during the week for hearty Kosher for Passover dinners and some good times with your Chabad family.
Join us for a Passover Seder you will remember for a lifetime! Relive the exodus, discover the eternal meaning of the Haggadah, and enjoy a community Seder complete with hand-baked Shmurah Matzah, wine, and a wonderful dinner spiced with unique traditional customs. Experience the liberation and freedom of Passover. Discover the Seder's relevance today.
Chill-n-grill, occasional Kosher BBQ with the combination of grub for your tummy and food for your thoughts, will provide you with an opportunity to enjoy a hot kosher dinner and ample time for some authentic Jewish schmoozing.
Enjoy the insights of the Weekly Torah with Rabbi Meir, over a steaming hot slice of pizza.
If you can't go home for the Holidays, Chabad is definitely your next best option. Everything from model Seders to grand Menorah lighting's, Chabad is definitely the place to be around the holidays!
Are you feeling yucky? Bad cold? Bed rest and Advil not doing it for you? Contact Chabad for a free delivery of delicious chicken soup to your door. Kosher, hot and very therapeutic. Just like Bubby's!
May is mental health awareness month, and a unique Shabbat event hosted by the Chabad House at Arizona State University helped turn a spotlight on the issue.
Over 250 students from 16 schools participated in the Chabad on Campus West Coast Shabbaton this past weekend. Coming in from Nevada, Arizona and all over California they met in the Cape Ray Hilton, Carlsbad for a weekend of fun and inspiration.
19 year-old Cameron Isen, a sophomore in Dartmouth college, was awarded the Jewish Academic Innovation Award this past Sunday, due to his in-depth research paper that used modern, western academia combined with the age-old Jewish academic style of the pilpul to analyze contemporary matters under the light of Jewish tradition.
I was told, “Judaism is like a baseball game: if you’re not playing by the rules, you’re not playing the game.” I don’t understand.
Take it from the expert: advice collected over two decades on campus.