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Our goal is to create a place where all students can feel at home. Regardless of your affiliation or observance, at Chabad you will find a non-judgmental atmosphere, where being Jewish is fun.

We invite you to participate in our programs, join us for a Friday night Shabbat dinner, or just stop in to hang out.

If we don't know you yet, we look forward to meeting you!
- Rabbi Eliezer & Mushky Gurary
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Daily Thought
A gift is a gift, but a gift to one in need is an investment, a seed planted in the ground. Hidden beneath the earth, a seed decays to nothingness. Yet out of that nothingness it unlocks the endless, transformative power of the earth: The power to reproduce. The seed germinates. A delicate sprout breaks through the earth’s surface. In time, it will grow and mature to provide many thousands of fruits and seeds like itself. And that process will replicate itself, theoretically, ad infinitum. A seed ignites the power of the earth, but a gift of kindness seeds the very ground of the cosmos—for out of Divine Kindness the universe...
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