Shalom!

Welcome to Clifton Park Chabad Jewish Center! Here at Chabad, you will find a wide array of programming designed to enhance Jewish life in southern Saratoga County. We strive to create an environment where every person is welcome, every individual Mitzvah is cherished, and where Judaism is an accessible reality to all Jews regardless of background, affiliation or age! Through Shabbat Dinners, Holiday events, Jewish Womens circle, Chabad Hebrew school and everything in between, we are cultivating a community together. We look forward to meeting you in person at a Shabbat dinner, Torah class or a casual coffee date.

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Clifton Park Chabad

What did we find out in the yard? A frog, receipt, gold earring, a sukkah (still up 6 mos later...) leaves, trash, a new grill! purim oven mitts, amazing volunteers and delicious kosher for Passover bbq food!What did we find out in the yard? A frog, receipt, gold earring, a sukkah (still up 6 mos later...) leaves, trash, a new grill! amazing volunteers and delicious kosher for Passover bbq food! ... See MoreSee Less

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Happy middle days of Pesach! Beautiful seders! Looking forward to tomorrow! Please RSVP! ... See MoreSee Less

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What’s the most important part of the Seder?
Of course, all the many details that come together to make the Seder what it is are important, but if there is one detail that is greater than everything else, it is undoubtedly the matzah.

Yes, we eat matzah throughout the holiday, but in today’s day and age, the only part of the Seder that is still a Biblical obligation is the matzah, which makes it the highlight.

Whether you are having the Passover Seder at home, are invited as guest, or are joining the Chabad seder, you know that you can’t have a Seder without matzah.

Ideally, you should have at least some handmade shmurah matzah, and in order to perform the mitzvah of eating matzah properly, it should be done after nightfall.

If you still need some shmurah matzah for your seder, feel free to drop us a line.

Wishing you a happy and meaningful Passover & Shabbat Shalom,

Rabbi Yossi & Leah Rubin & Family

Light Shabbat/ Holiday Candles Friday at 7:24 pm

Light Holiday Candles Shabbat after 8:28pm

Holiday Ends Sunday at 8:29 pm
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