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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This Shabbat, 3 Tammuz, we observe the Rebbe's 28th Yahrtzeit . It is an opportunity to reflect on how the Rebbe influenced our lives and the world as a whole. (Did you ever meet the Rebbe? Receive a blessing? Please share!)

A large focus of the Rebbe's work was the individual. Of course, community building is important, especially in the wake of the Holocaust when so many Jewish communities were utterly wiped out. But the Rebbe emphasized that the only way to truly rebuild the Jewish world is by uplifting the individual.

The world, the Rebbe said, is made up of individuals. Without each and every one of us there would be no collective.

We are all part of the Rebbe's army, the foot soldiers- with each small action changing the world for the good.

Let's honor the Rebbe through action. Start small. We all have someone we can reach out to. Do an additional mitzvah. Light Shabbat candles, put on Tefillin, give Tzedakah or learn an extra page of Torah, and encourage someone else to do the same.

Our family will be visiting the Rebbe's gravesite this weekend, along with tens of thousands of Jews from all walks of life. We will have you in mind for blessings and all good things!

If you would like us to write your name down specifically, send us your Hebrew name as well as your mother's Hebrew name.

Shabbat shalom!
Light candles at 8:20 pm, Shabbat ends at 9:30 pm
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This Shabbat, 3 Tammuz, we observe the  Rebbes 28th Yahrtzeit . It is an opportunity to reflect on how the Rebbe influenced our lives and the world as a whole. (Did you ever meet the Rebbe? Receive a blessing? Please share!)

A large focus of the Rebbes work was the individual. Of course, community building is important, especially in the wake of the Holocaust when so many Jewish communities were utterly wiped out. But the Rebbe emphasized that the only way to truly rebuild the Jewish world is by uplifting the individual.

The world, the Rebbe said, is made up of individuals. Without each and every one of us there would be no collective. 

We are all part of the Rebbes army, the foot soldiers- with each small action changing the world for the good. 

Lets honor the Rebbe through action. Start small. We all have someone we can reach out to. Do an additional mitzvah. Light Shabbat candles, put on Tefillin, give Tzedakah or learn an extra page of Torah, and encourage someone else to do the same.

Our family will be visiting the Rebbes gravesite this weekend, along with tens of thousands of Jews from all walks of life. We will have you in mind for blessings and all good things! 

If you would like us to write your name down specifically, send us your Hebrew name as well as your mothers Hebrew name.

Shabbat shalom!
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Thinking of Kitty on her yartzeit today, 2 Tammuz. May her holy soul be elevated! Do an extra mitzvah with Kitty in mind ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less

Thinking of Kitty on her yartzeit today, 2 Tammuz. May her holy soul be elevated! Do an extra mitzvah with Kitty in mind ❤️

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ZL i didnt know she passed away. 😢

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Thank you to the Town of Clifton Park for including Clifton Park Chabad in the Community preparedness and resilience fund. We are so very grateful! ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you to the Town of Clifton Park for including Clifton Park Chabad in the Community preparedness and resilience fund. We are so very grateful!
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