Rabbi Mendel Mangel, Executive Director
A place for all Jews. Weekly Parsha discussion held by Rabbi Mangel before Torah reading. Weekly Shabbat and Jewish holiday services at 9:00 am, followed by kiddush/lunch. Saturday night service 15 minutes after the end of Shabbat. On Sunday mornings and on legal holidays, morning services are at 8:30 am. On Monday through Friday mornings, services are at 7:00 am. Daily evening service at 9:00 pm. No charge for membership or pastoral services. Friday morning publications TorahFax and E-Torah contain stories, personal experiences, and current events. "Living Judaism" magazine is published six times yearly (before all major holidays).
The Ladies of Chabad provides an opportunity to bring together women with divergent points of view, backgrounds, and affiliations to discuss topics of Jewish interest. Monthly events include a hands-on activity and a round-table discussion corresponding to the time of year and/or approaching holiday.
Torah studies every Wednesday morning with Dinie at 11:00 am. "Mommy and Me" activities for infants from 4-11 months of age, and babies 12-24 months, while their moms attend a lesson on Jewish parenting.
The Chabad Israeli Center, directed by Rabbi Menachem and Shterna Kaminker, offers programming tailored to the Hebrew-speaking community in South Jersey. It is located at 203 Kresson Gibbsboro Rd., Voorhees, and can be reached at 856-720-0770. www.IsraeliChabadCenter.com