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  • Shavuot @ ChabadJoin us for a fun, meaningful Shavuot experience! Ice cream party, Holiday Services, food and more! Read More
  • Torah CampaignChabad of Monroeville has appointed a Sofer to write our very own Sefer Torah! Join us in welcoming this new Torah and get a chance to inscribe your family for blessings. In Jewish tradition, a Torah is welcomed to the community as a new bride and groom are celebrated by their families and friends. The Torah is introduced under a traditional marriage canopy (Chuppah) and is accompanied by singing and dancing. Every community member is an integral part of the celebration - just as a family member is to the wedding. Click here to help "Write History".
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Mission Statement
Chabad aims to strengthen the Jewish community in Monroeville and the eastern suburbs through various social, educational, recreational and spiritual programming. Including, youth groups, teen programs, life-cycle assistance, men's & women's social gatherings, community lectures etc.
Chabad welcomes all who would like to participate in our various programming, regardless of background or affiliation, thus creating a warm and welcoming community in the eastern suburbs.
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Learning & Inspiration
  • 9 Tips for Your Second Shavuot at HomeHere are our tips for a Shavuot that is both delightful to the soul and pleasant for the person. Read More
  • A True ScholarSaid Rav Yosef, “If not for this day, how many Yosefs would wander the market?” Read More
  • How Do We Know the Torah Is Real?The Bedrock of Belief Read More
  • With Our Unity, We Can Help Our Brethren in Israel Read More
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Upcoming Holiday
May 16 - May 18
Daily Thought
Why is Torah compared to light? Because it tells us the place of each thing. Because, in truth, there is no need to change the world. Everything is here. Each thing has a place, and in that place it is good. Altogether, it is very good, a beautiful world. All that’s needed is a little light. What is light? Light doesn't add anything or take away. It only reveals the meaning and purpose of all that it shines upon. Think of your own home. In the dark, there is no way to know what belongs in your closet and what belongs in the laundry, what is ready for use and what is in need of repair....
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