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  • Kaballah of the MoonNew Class



    Wednesday, December 11
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  • Yad L'AchomBrunch & Speaker

    Sunday, December 15
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  • Tea, Coffee & KaballahJoin together with fellow Jewish men and women for an inspiring Torah study class, warm camaraderie, hot tea, and delicious refreshments. Read More
  • Yud Tes Kislev FarbrengenWednesday, December 18

    Featuring Guest Speaker Rabbi Manis Friedman
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  • Rabbi Raskin's Books Read More
About Chabad of Brooklyn Heights
Chabad Lubavitch of Brooklyn Heights is housed in Congregation Bnai Avraham. It is a community based organization servicing the needs of the Jewish populations of Brooklyn Heights and Downtown Brooklyn, by providing prayer services, holiday programs and events, as well as support and assistance to all, regardless of affiliation or background. Our aim is to encourage and enhance Jewish awareness, knowledge and observance by building a warm, welcoming community with activities appealing to both members and non-members. CBA is the only synagogue in the area that provides daily Shacharit and Maariv services, as well as daily classes on every possible subject for men and women alike, from Talmud to Kabbalah. We provide services and programming for singles, families and seniors. Moreover, we are the area's only synagogue with a luxurious women's state-of-the-art Mei Menachem Community Mikvah on the premises. Our doors are open to all Jews, and every member of the synagogue is truly a part of the Chabad family.
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Learning & Inspiration
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  • How My Daughter’s Heartbeat Monitor Showed Me Life’s High and LowsThere is a hollow feeling of déja vu, one that I haven’t felt in a while. Read More
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Shabbat & Holidays
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Brooklyn, NY 11201
Weekly Torah Portion
Upcoming Holiday
Dec. 22 - Dec. 30
Daily Thought
In every hardship, search for the spark of good and cling to it. The greater the hardship, the more wondrous the good it bears. If you cannot find that good, rejoice that wonder beyond your comprehension has befallen...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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