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Bethlehem Chabad is committed to serve the local Jewish community and make Judaism accessible by offering a warm, vibrant and welcoming space for the Jewish community to learn and practice Judaism.

As a part of the worldwide Chabad movement, Bethlehem Chabad serves people at all levels of Jewish identity, no matter of their background, all have a place and feel welcome at Chabad.

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2 days ago
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2 days ago
Bethlehem Chabad

What a fun day at Kids Club yesterday! Students were excited to see pools with real goldfish in it! Can you guess why? For Tashlich, of course! Children who were unable to do Tashlich over Rosh Hashana had a chance to perform this special custom at Hebrew school.
We also had Slippers Day, where everyone could show up wearing slippers. We learned how on Yom Kippur, there are a few things that we are restricted from doing and one of those is wearing leather shoes.
Some classes did an outdoor exploration, learning outside in nature, in preparation for Yom Kippur.
Classes Aleph and Bet learned the next Hebrew letters and two new Hebrew words starting with a Bet!
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Shabbat Shalom! - https://mailchi.mp/9c086db15dd5/shabbat-shalom-5896235
6 days ago
Bethlehem Chabad

So many Rosh Hashana highlights here at Bethlehem Chabad!
There were the delicious Rosh Hashana dinners with the ritual foods, and the beautiful services.
Our family service on the first day attracted many families, who came for the Shofar blowing. With so many people present in the overflowing synagogue, it was definitely a powerful experience! The Tashlich service/ceremony was serene and meaningful.
We walked around meeting so many Jews on the second day of Rosh Hashana. We went to many households to blow Shofar for those unable to attend the services. Two senior living homes in the community also had their own Shofar services, too!
How was your Rosh Hashana experience? We'd love to hear about it!
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So many Rosh Hashana highlights here at Bethlehem Chabad! 
There were the delicious Rosh Hashana dinners with the ritual foods, and the beautiful services. 
Our family service on the first day attracted many families, who came for the Shofar blowing. With so many people present in the overflowing synagogue, it was definitely a powerful experience! The Tashlich service/ceremony was serene and meaningful. 
We walked around meeting so many Jews on the second day of Rosh Hashana. We went to many households to blow Shofar for those unable to attend the services. Two senior living homes in the community also had their own Shofar services, too!
 How was your Rosh Hashana experience? Wed love to hear about it!Image attachmentImage attachment
1 week ago
Bethlehem Chabad

From our family to yours... - May the New Year bring good health and healing to you and your loved ones and all those who need it. Physical health, mental health, emotional health, spiritual health, financial health, nachas health, and all other things we desire in our lives should be in good health!

May the New Year bring a renewed sense of the gift of life and the purpose for which each of us have been placed on this journey on earth.

May the New Year bring an appreciation that as long as we have breath in us we are a significant part of G-d's master plan. We are not superfluous. No human is. No aspect of creation or existence is.

May the New Year bring a greater sense of awareness for the love that is inside of us; for our parents, our friends and loved ones. May we have a greater awareness of the preciousness of each day and the fantastic things we can accomplish in making this world a more G-dly and goodly one.

May you be blessed with material abundance, good health, happiness, good relationships, purpose, meaning, connection all in a manner of revealed good.

Shanah Tovah!
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From our family to yours... - May the New Year bring good health and healing to you and your loved ones and all those who need it.  Physical health, mental health, emotional health, spiritual health, financial health, nachas health, and all other things we desire in our lives should be in good health!

May the New Year bring a renewed sense of the gift of life and the purpose for which each of us have been placed on this journey on earth.

May the New Year bring an appreciation that as long as we have breath in us we are a significant part of G-ds master plan. We are not superfluous. No human is. No aspect of creation or existence is.

May the New Year bring a greater sense of awareness for the love that is inside of us; for our parents, our friends and loved ones. May we have a greater awareness of the preciousness of each day and the fantastic things we can accomplish in making this world a more G-dly and goodly one.

May you be blessed with material abundance, good health, happiness, good relationships, purpose, meaning, connection all in a manner of revealed good.

Shanah Tovah!
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