Chabad of Chatsworth

Chabad of Chatsworth

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Where Judaism comes alive

The Philosophy Chabad-Lubavitch is a philosophy, a movement, and an organization. It is considered to be the most dynamic force in Jewish life today. Lubavitch appropriately means the “city of brotherly love”The word “Chabad” is a Hebrew acronym for the three intellectual faculties of chochmah—wisdom, binah—comprehension and da’at—knowledge. The movement’s system of Jewish religious philosophy, the deepest dimension of G‑d’s Torah, teaches understanding and recognition of the Creator, the role and purpose of creation, and the importance and unique mission of each creature. This philosophy guides a person to refine and govern his or her every act and feeling through wisdom, comprehension and knowledge. The word “Lubavitch” is the name of the town in White Russia where the movement was based for more than a century. Appropriately, the word Lubavitch in Russian means the “city of brotherly love.” The name Lubavitch conveys the essence of the responsibility and love engendered by the Chabad philosophy toward every single Jew. The Movement Following its inception 250 years ago, the Chabad-Lubavitch movement—a branch of Hasidism—swept through Russia and spread in surrounding countries as well. It provided scholars with answers that eluded them, and simple farmers with a love that had been denied them. Eventually the philosophy of Chabad-Lubavitch and its adherents reached almost every corner of the world and affected almost every facet of Jewish life. The Leadership No person or detail was too small or insignificant for their love and dedicationThe movement is guided by the teachings of its seven leaders (“Rebbes”), beginning with Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi of righteous memory (1745–1812). These leaders expounded upon the most refined and delicate aspects of Jewish mysticism, creating a corpus of study thousands of books strong. They personified the age-old Biblical qualities of piety and leadership. And they concerned themselves not only with Chabad-Lubavitch, but with the totality of Jewish life, spiritual and physical. No person or detail was too small or insignificant for their love and dedication. In our generation, the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson of righteous memory (1902–1994), known simply as “the Rebbe,” guided post-holocaust Jewry to safety from the ravages of that devastation. The Organization The origins of today’s Chabad-Lubavitch organization can be traced to the early 1940s, when the sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn of righteous memory (1880–1950), appointed his son-in-law and later successor, Rabbi Menachem Mendel, to head the newly founded educational and social service arms of the movement. Today 4,000 full-time emissary families direct more than 3,300 institutions Motivated by his profound love for every Jew and spurred by his boundless optimism and self-sacrifice, the Rebbe set into motion a dazzling array of programs, services and institutions to serve every Jew. Today 4,000 full-time emissary families apply 250-year-old principles and philosophy to direct more than 3,300 institutions (and a workforce that numbers in the tens of thousands) dedicated to the welfare of the Jewish people worldwide.

“Failure is wasted if you return only to the place from which you fell.”
-Chabad.org

Today is Pesach Sheni, or the second Passover. When the Jews were commanded to offer the Pascal lamb there was a group of them who were ritually impure and therefore unable. After expressing their feelings to Moshe, who spoke to G-d, this day was established, forever being the symbol of a second chance.
Today is the day to think about those missed opportunities, those times we may have made mistakes or made the wrong choices and take advantage of our second chances by turned every failure into a stepping stone for success in the future.

Please light Shabbat candles in memory of Chana bat Yehuda Leib at 7:26

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[05/01/20]   Join me tonight, Thursday, 7:30pm for a virtual Torah class on Zoom.us

Sit, back, relax and enjoy the show.
We all love down time, when we can relax and just do our thing. What can be bad about that? In this fundamental discussion about the nature of good and evil, discover an entirely new definition of “good” and “bad”—and the incredible opportunity that comes along with it.

The class will take place online:

www.ChabadChatsworth.com/virtual

“Judaism demands progression, not perfection.”
-Seeds of Wisdom II

On the second night of Passover we began counting the Omer. The Omer is a 7 week, or 49 day period of counting the days down to the receiving of the Torah, each of the days dedicated to working on spiritually refining another of our character traits. Counting the Omer brings out the beauty of working on ourselves one small step at a time. One character trait at a time, one day at a time. May we all have the power to positively change the different elements of our character, one small step at a time, one day at a time.

Please light Shabbat candles in memory of Chana bat Yehuda Leib at 7:10 pm

We decided enough is enough we gotta see our friends, family and community.
We got into the car to bring some smiles.
We missed everyone.
Sorry if we didnt stop by your house we love you too... the rain and the little ones did not hold off too long.

[04/13/20]   We decided enough is enough we gotta see our friends, family and community.
We got into the car to bring some smiles.
We missed everyone.
Sorry if we didnt stop by your house we love you too... the rain and the little ones did not hold off too long.

Join the largest model Seder in the world today!
Chabad Hebrew school network put together this incredible interactive Seder for children (and adults!)

THOUSANDS of children from around the world will watch this today.

*You don’t need to be a child at chabad Hebrew school to participate in this*.
Just log on and enjoy! www.ckids.net/hslive

wishing you and your family a healthy and meaningful Shabbat
Candle lighting
6:59pm

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Chabad of Chatsworth

WE ARE HERE FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY.

For the past 16 years Chabad of Chatsworth has been offering a Community Seder in which we have enjoyed sharing the Seder with so many, always in an exciting and interactive way.

Traditionally Passover is spent with family and friends, but with coronavirus curtailing travel plans and social interactions, many are facing the prospect of celebrating Passover alone.

As it might be challenging for some, we at Chabad of Chatsworth are trying to assist in making the Passover experience as seamless and meaningful as possible.

We are pleased to offer a full list of ready to go options - including a "Seder in a Box" and catering by "cnh catering" to enhance your Seder.

Visit: www.ChabadChatsworth.com

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We are excited to announce the third class of our new Ckids Virtual Online Hebrew School, which will take place Sunday, March 29

The class will be available at ckids.net/hslive.

The topic of this weeks lesson is:
The Seder Night:
Our Journey from Slavery to Freedom

The Virtual Hebrew School will be divided into 3 divisions: K-2, Grades 3-5 and Grades 6-7. Please make sure to click on the division that your child is in. You will also find a link with questions for your child to fill out after the lesson. Each week we will be making a raffle and announcing the winners!

Hope you enjoy,
Necha

“Faith is what redeems us from loneliness and humanizes the world.”
-Rabbi Jonathan Sacks

It’s so easy to get lost in a cloud of gloom and loneliness as we all sit alone in our homes, without much social interaction and follow the frightening news. Through all this, what will keep us going is faith and trust that G-d has a plan, and although it may be difficult to see, it is truly for the good. And when we fall back on G-d, we suddenly don’t feel so alone and a large weight is lifted off our shoulders. When we all fall back on G-d, humanity as a whole will have the strength to come out of this time stronger, better and more focused.

Please light Shabbat candles in memory of Chana bat Yehuda Leib at 6:54pm

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Hi everyone

Hope you are doing well.

As a community we need to do what we can, today more than ever to stay connected.

Join me today at 7:30pm* for a virtual Torah class on Zoom.us

Rabbi Yossi Spritzer is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Torah Class
Time: Mar 24, 2020 07:30 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Amazing way to learn about Pesach from home

Parents with kids K-7th grade, here is something fun and productive for your kids to do tomorrow! Sunday March 15th
Link:
CKids.net/hslive. Join hundreds of kids for a virtual Hebrew School experience! Let's keep up the Torah study!! Feel free to share this link with other parents who might be interested.
Enter a raffle if you participate in this awsome opportunity
1. TAKE a picture
2. Post on Facebook #proudtobeJewish and tag Chabad of Chatsworth
3. Smile

“Faith is the human miracle we give G-d. Healing is the divine miracle He gives us back.”
-Seeds of Wisdom II

With all the unknown surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, we are faced with 2 choices: stress ourselves out with the help of the media, our neighbors and friends and our social media feeds, or take several deep breaths and realize that whatever happens next is all in the hands of G-d and our faith in him is what will keep us sane and healthy. With the latter attitude, we can be assured that G-d will do his part and send healing and peace to all the continents, countries, counties and cities that are affected by the virus, quickly.

Please light Shabbat candles in memory of Chana bat Yehuda Leib at 6:43pm

We are ready!!!!
Happy Purin from Under The Sea

“True happiness comes from fulfilling your potential, not your desires.”
-Seeds of Wisdom II

This week we celebrate the holiday of Purim. A day when the tradition is to “eat, drink and be happy.” At times we can be fooled to imagine that by acquiring everything we think, or even know, we need - we will be happy. But true happiness comes when we feed the desires of our inner selves, our soul and the essence of who we are. And when we do we feel happiness and satisfaction.

Please light Shabbat candles in memory of Chana bat Yehuda Leib at 5:37pm

[03/03/20]   You know Purim is around the corner when amazon delivers boxes with goodies for the past few days just to your home👍🤣
Don't miss the best 🐠soFISHticated🐠 Purim ever.
Megilah reading 📜
Activities 🎭🎨
Entertainment
Eat all you want 🍣🍝🌯🍟🥗
Music and lots of fun 🎶🎶
Just for: Adults $25 / Children (2-12) $15
PLEASE RSVP AT:
WWW.CHABADCHATSWORTH.COM

“You are where your thoughts are.”
-The Ba’al Shem Tov

Thoughts are so powerful. They can create, they can inspire, they can unite. When we ensure that our thoughts are positive and full of light, we can have a tremendous positive influence by our thoughts through our speech and action.
Shabbat Candle lighting 5:30PM

Come celebrate Purim with family and friends.
Our theme this year is "Under the Sea"
Enjoy fun activities, special entertainment, hear the Meguilah and a delicious meal.
You get to fulfill all the mitzvot of Purim in a fun and warm atmosphere.
RSVP: www.ChabadChatsworth.com
All activities and meal included (one fee only)

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Happy Tu B'Shvat from Chabad of Chatsworth Hebrew school.
We had fun today with our grandparents. We learned all about the importance of our roots and had a beautiful morning creating memories and delicious health bars.

Happy Tu B'Shvat from Chabad of Chatsworth Hebrew school.
We had fun today with our grandparents, learning about the importance of our roots and had a beautiful morning creating memories and delicious health bars.

“Your children will become what you are so be what you want them to be.”
-Seeds of Wisdom II

This week is Tu B’Shvat, the day we celebrate the trees. Man is compared to a tree and the trunk of the tree is each of us. The strength of our tree is based on how grounded we are, on the strength of our roots; on our perpetuation of the ideals, values and traditions of our ancestors. The quality of our fruits, our children, is dependent on the strength and stability of our tree. This Tu B’Shvat let’s strengthen our own trees so that our fruits will be sweet, healthy and provide delicious nourishment for the world around them.

Please light Shabbat candles in memory of Chana bat Yehuda Leib at 5:12

“Your children will become what you are so be what you want them to be.”
-Seeds of Wisdom II

This week is Tu B’Shvat, the day we celebrate the trees. Man is compared to a tree and the trunk of the tree is each of us. The strength of our tree is based on how grounded we are, on the strength of our roots; on our perpetuation of the ideals, values and traditions of our ancestors. The quality of our fruits, our children, is dependent on the strength and stability of our tree. This Tu B’Shvat let’s strengthen our own trees so that our fruits will be sweet, healthy and provide delicious nourishment for the world around them.

Please light Shabbat candles in memory of Chana bat Yehuda Leib at 5:12 pm

Join us this coming Friday for a beautiful Shabbat dinner together with friends and family.
RSVP: www.ChabadChatsworth.com

What a fun Mommy and Me class.
This session is about our 5 senses, today we explored all about our eyes-sight 👀👁👁

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New JLI course

Join us for our new JLI course strating January 28th, 2020
"Judaism's Gifts to the World"

Hope we can enjoy each other's company.

Shabbat Shalom and Happy Chanukah.
First we light the Menorah and then we light the Shabbat Candles.
May the light of the candles bring much peace, health and harmony in your home.
Shabbat Candle lighting 4:34pm

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20735 Devonshire St
Los Angeles, CA
91311

Opening Hours

Monday 07:00 - 19:00
Tuesday 07:00 - 19:00
Wednesday 07:00 - 19:00
Thursday 07:00 - 19:00
Friday 07:00 - 20:00
Saturday 07:00 - 19:00
Sunday 09:00 - 17:00
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