Chabad of Dallas

A Home away from Home for every Jew, no matter background or affiliation!

Chabad of Dallas is dedicated to providing an open door environment for strengthening and enhancing Jewish values and identity to all people, regardless of background, philosophy or level of commitment.

[12/22/19]   Are you all set for Chanukah with a menorah & candles? Do you have a friend who might need one? Are you traveling and need a travel set or info on a public menorah lighting or Chanukah celebration in another city? Please let us know, we are here to help!

#farbrengen #19kislev

The new year for Chassidism

Join us for a pre Chanukah mother/daughter night out!

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Chanukah Friday Night at Chabad!! Join us together with friends and family for a lively Shabbat atmosphere with delicious food. www.chabadofdallas.com/dinner to RSVP #chanukah #jewishcommunity #fridaynightdinner

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So much fun at CHS today!!We made #ckids Avraham keychains and played the Young Avraham movie challenge!! #ckidsdallas #jewishyouth

Jewish secrets to feeling good however you feel!

A brand new six-week course from JLI.
Starting Today “From Worrier to Warrior” with Rabbi Dubrawsky @myjli #worryfree #torahstudy #jewishthought

Worrier to Warrior

New six week course by @myjli starting Sunday, November 10th!

#chabadofdallas #torahstudy

We’re kicking off Simchat Torah with a bang! Join us for our Children’s Hakafot for some dancing, treats and special kids program.

Join us at Chabad for our Annual Epic Simchat Torah Celebration!

At the recent Presidential rally. Mitzvahs all around town!!

Fun was had by all!

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Are you ready for Yom Kippur?

Why no food on Yom Kippur?

Wishing you all a Shana Tova!
Candle lighting is at 6:57
Services begin at 7pm

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#TodayInJewishHistory - 25 Elul

Today is the anniversary of the first day of Creation. On this day, G-d created the heavens and the earth, water, light, and darkness. According to our sages, the potential for all things was also created on this day. Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, is the anniversary of the sixth day of Creation, the day that Adam and Eve were created. Rosh Hashanah is celebrated six days from today, rather than today, because the universe lacked purpose until humanity was created.

We're getting ready for another smashing year of Ckids High Holiday Program, you ready?!?

What a great way to start the day! This week selichos at 6:30 followed by Shachris at 7:00. Great way to get ready for the holidays!! 🍎 🍯 #shanatova #roshhashana

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Baal Shem Tov Born (1698) and 1st Chabad Rebbe Born (1745)
Elul 18 is the birthday of Rabbi Israel Baal Shem Tov, the founder of Chassidism

Rabbi Israel was born in a small town in Ukraine in 1698. His father, Rabbi Eliezer, who was a member of the secret society of "hidden tzaddikim," passed away when young Israel was only five years old; his last words to his son were, "Fear nothing but G-d alone. Love every Jew with all your heart and all your soul."

The young orphan would spend much of his time wandering and meditating in the forests that surrounded his hometown; there, he one day met with one of his father's compatriots, and eventually joined their society. For many years, he lived disguised as a simple innkeeper and clay-digger, his greatness known only to a very small circle of fellow mystics and disciples. But on his 36th birthday, he was instructed by his master to "reveal" himself and publicly disseminate his teachings.

Drawing from the mystical "soul of Torah," the Baal Shem Tov ("Master of the Good Name," as he came to be known) taught about the spark of G-dliness that is to be found in every creation, and about the great love that G-d has for each and every one of His children, scholars and simple folk alike. He emphasized the importance of joy and simple faith in serving G-d, rather than asceticism. Initially, his teachings encountered fierce opposition from the scholarly elite and established leadership of the Jewish community; but many of those very scholars and communal leaders ended up becoming his devoted disciples. When Rabbi Israel passed at age 62 on Shavuot of 1760, the movement he founded was well on the way of becoming the most vital force in Jewish life.

Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi (1745-1812), founder of the "Chabad" branch of Chassidism, was born on Elul 18 of the year 5505 from creation -- the 47th birthday of his "spiritual grandfather", Rabbi Israel Baal Shem Tov (Rabbi Schneur Zalman was the disciple of the Baal Shem Tov's disciple and successor, Rabbi DovBer of Mezeritch).

Learn more: http://www.chabad.org/lxo2tr

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What happened today that makes it the day that gives vivacity to the month before Rosh Hashanah?

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The High Holidays are speeding towards us! Check out our schedule for all the happenings at Chabad this year.

If you need anything for this coming Holiday Season, call our front office for more info.

Shana Tova!

Calendars are here!!!

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A Jewish Reflection on 9/11.

What can we learn as Jews, as Americans and as people of the world.

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You are unbeatable.

This is your secret weapon against evil.

Parshat Ki Teitzei

Living Torah

A free-spirited young man came to see the Rebbe to discuss his idea of self-expression.

During the conversation, the young man declared, somewhat brashly, “Rebbe, I can’t stand following any kind of law or being told what to do; I have a powerful anarchic streak in me.”

Bracing himself for a sermon, he was shocked when the Rebbe answered, his eyes smiling, “Don’t we all?”

“This aspect of ourselves is called the ‘animal soul’” explained the Rebbe, “and it’s in order to harness this energy for the good that we descend into this world.”
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“The whole point of Chassidism is to transform the nature of one’s character traits.” - Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi

No better way to start off a journey than an early mornin' Tefillin wrap!
Chabad of Dallas Men heading to visit the resting place of the Lubavitcher Rebbe to pray for a happy and healthy sweet new year.

#Elul #realmenwearleather

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Just in time for the High Holidays!!

'Read It In Hebrew' is a cutting-edge, five-week Hebrew reading crash course. The course builds on decades of Hebrew teaching experience, presented in an aesthetically pleasing and highly successful experience. You've always wanted to... now's your chance!

Whether it's been years since you left Hebrew school or this is your first time, this course is perfect for you

5 Tuesdays, August 27 - September 24

Time: 7:30-8:30 pm

Register here www.chabadofdallas.com/riih for the course.

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Today in Jewish History:

Passing of R. Levi Yitzchak Schneerson (1944)
Av 20 is the yahrtzeit (anniversary of the passing) of the Lubavitcher Rebbe's father, Rabbi Levi Yitzchak Schneerson (1878-1944), in Alma Ata, Kazakhstan. Rabbi Levi Yitzchak was Chief Rabbi of Yekaterinoslav (currently Dnepropetrovsk), and was arrested and exiled to Kazakhstan by the Stalinist regime as a result of his work to preserve Jewish life in the Soviet Union.

Learn more about his life: http://www.chabad.org/lxvks8

Daily Video of the Rebbe

The Root of the Problem - Part 2

29 Tammuz 5741 - July 31, 1981

Living Torah

The power of children's education!

Unfortunatly, this is still so relevant today.

In this powerful talk, the Rebbe addresses the scourge of crime in New York in the 1980s.

29 Tammuz 5741 - July 31, 1981

Join us on June 30th for an evening celebrating the leadership of the Lubavitcher Rebbe! #25years #timelessleadership @chabadofdallas @theintownchabad @chabadarlingtonmidcities @chabadfrisco @chabadlw @chabadofplano

Join us on June 30th for an evening celebrating the leadership of the Lubavitcher Rebbe! #25years #timelessleadership @chabadofdallas @theintownchabad @chabadarlingtonmidcities @chabadfrisco @chabadlw @chabadofplano

Calling all insomniacs, night owls, kids, teens, adults for an All Night Shavuot Study Session!
Happening at Chabad of Dallas this Saturday Night!

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Shavuot at Chabad! Join us as we come together to celebrate this joyous holiday!
Ten Commandments, Cheesecake, Ice Cream party and more!

Mazel Tov Henkin Family on Hanna’s bat mitzvah! What a wonderful Simcha!!

Lag Ba’omer was awesome!! Thanks to all those who came out and joined!!! 🔥 🔥 🔥 #lagbaomer #chabadofdallas #ckids #daginsplace #rashbi

Join us for our newest course "With All My Heart" - The Jewish Art of Prayer and Spiritual Experience -
starting May 22nd with Rabbi Mendel Dubrawsky

www.myjli.com for more info and to register

Join us for our Annual Lag Baomer Celebration!

Join us for our Annual Lag Baomer Celebration!

Pesach is in less than 5 days, have you sold your Chametz yet?

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A unique look at how mezuzahs are really made!

Learn more: http://www.chabad.org/lxibvw

Enjoy the holiday of freedom at an upbeat inspirational Seder, complete with a gourmet Passover dinner, the original hand-made Shmurah Matzah, and four cups of exquisite Kosher wine. Journey with us through the Haggadah, with traditional songs, stories, and spiritual insights. Our Seder is English friendly so everyone can feel welcome.

Friday April 19th

Services at 7:45pm followed by the Seder

with Rabbi Moshe & Chana Naparstek

Please RSVP by Monday April 15th

(No one will be turned away due to lack of funds)

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