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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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  • 8 Fascinating Facts About Serach, Daughter of AsherLearn more about Serach, who is best-known for telling Jacob that Joseph was still alive. Read More
  • Artificial Intelligence and the Internet in Focus at Conference on Torah and ScienceStreamed biennial meeting will tackle the challenges and promises of life online Read More
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  • When Things Cannot Get Any WorseIt can all feel so crippling, that it seems like there’s no way out. This week's Torah portion... Read More
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Dec. 14
Daily Thought
Eventually, Joseph told his brothers, “Although your intentions were to harm me, G-d’s intentions were for the good.” In a way we cannot possibly imagine, from Above, everything is good. Whatever evil we perceive in the world is subjective. Even the times we mess up and send our life story in a sharp downward spiral—even those stories are ultimately for the good. And, quite the contrary, the best things eventually come from our worst blunders. All it requires is that we learn our lesson, accept the blame, and resolve to...