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  • Yom KefAnnouncing Yom Kef, an exciting new program for families with young children!

    Join Chabad once a month for an afternoon of fun and friendship.
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  • High HolidaysCelebrate the High Holidays among friends and connect with your inner self. Services will be interspersed with explanations and page guidance. In short, you will feel at home. Wishing you and yours a very happy and sweet new year!

    Rosh Hashanah - (Eve of Sept. 6th) , Sept. 7th & 8th / Yom Kippur - Eve of Sept. 15/ Sept. 16th
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  • Shabbat ServicesJoin our meaningful, joyful and uplifting Shabbat morning service. More Info
  • ClassesYou will walk away surprised, inspired, and knowing more about who we are as Jews, and who you are as an individual More Info
  • Shabbat DinnerJoin us for our weekly Shabbat Dinners. Meet fellow students & grads, schmooze with the rabbi, & make yourself at home! More Info
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Chabad at Duke/UNC and Chabad of Durham/Chapel Hill opened its doors in 2002 with the goal to create a place where all Jews can feel at home. Regardless of your affiliation or observance, at Chabad you will find a non-judgmental atmosphere, where being Jewish is fun.

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Learning & Inspiration
  • Learning From Rabbi Lord Jonathan SacksMarking the first anniversary of his passing and celebrating a life of achievement Read More
  • The Righteous Woman’s Good DreamThe birth of Rabbi Shalom Dovber Schneerson Read More
  • What Was Double About Me’arat Hamachpelah?The Rebbe provides an interpretation of Rashi’s commentary that overturns nearly a thousand years... Read More
  • Do You Own What You Have?Abraham appreciated a simple yet sometimes difficult truth: if you want to make something truly... Read More
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Upcoming Holiday
Nov. 28 - Dec. 6
Daily Thought
Of the 54 parshiot of the Five Books of Moses, only one is named after a woman. It is called “The Life of Sarah.” It opens by informing us that Sarah has died. Yes, this is the life of Sarah. Her true life. Because only in her passing was Sarah’s life fulfilled. During her lifetime, she and her husband Abraham surveyed the land promised to their children. Only once Sarah died did Abraham make his first actual purchase, publicly and with full payment. Sarah’s burial plot and its accompanying field in Hebron mark the seminal point of the Land of Israel. During her lifetime, Sarah had only one...