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  • Chanukah Lighting at Streets of South Point MallJoin us for a fun, family Chanukah Party! Menorah lighting, latkas, dreidels and more! Read More
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Providing social, educational, religious and cultural experiences for the students at Duke University, UNC at Chapel Hill and the local Jewish community.

Students at Duke University and UNC at Chapel Hill can choose from a plethora of dynamic programming: Weekly Shabbat dinners, events for every Jewish holiday, social gatherings and more.

Chabad at Duke & UNC Chapel Hill has many exciting programs and student leadership opportunities. Students from Duke and UNC Chapel hill are invited to participate in our Sinai Scholars Society that unites Jewish students from across the country in the discovery of Judaism.

Students planning their winter, spring and summer breaks should contact Chabad at Duke and UNC Chapel Hill. We are affiliated with several organizations that coordinate all inclusive trips and unique experiences around the world.
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  • Meditations for the Month of Kislev: G-d’s Warm, Supportive EmbraceThe concept of support is deeply interwoven with Kislev. Read More
  • Teen With Cystic Fibrosis: "My Challenges Don't Define Me"Rosie Grossbaum is a high school student with an indomitable spirit who lives with the... Read More
  • Why Seven Aliyot on Shabbat?The sages outline the number of aliyot for the Torah reading based on the uniqueness of the day on...
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Candle Lighting Times
Chapel Hill, NC 27517
Weekly Torah Portion
Upcoming Holiday
Dec. 18 - Dec. 26
Daily Thought
When you value human beings, you avoid speaking about their faults at all costs. As G-d did with Esau. As Isaac aged, his eyesight weakened. (Genesis 27:1) This was in order that Jacob would be able to take the blessings of Esau. (Rashi) This is puzzling. If G‑d wanted Jacob to receive Isaac’s blessings, He could have simply revealed to Isaac that Esau was wicked. Especially since Isaac already had reason to believe something was up with Esau. He knew that Esau had wives who offered incense to idols. He knew that...