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Chabad House of Western Michigan and Chabad Lubavitch worldwide is dedicated to serving Jews of all ages with Ahavat Yisroel regardless of religious background or affiliation.

Comprising multiple organizations and programs. Chabad House of Western Michigan and Chabad Lubavitch worldwide provides the education and means to promote Jewish awareness, knowledge and practice through outreach, education and social services ensuring Jewish continuity.

Chabad encourages positive action on the part of every Jew and facilitates the efforts of every organization or group to increase Jewish knowledge and observance.
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Learning & Inspiration
  • Marked by Fire: The Making of Rabbi Adin Even-Israel (Steinsaltz)On his first yahrtzeit, an exploration of his journey from adrift teenager to "modern day Rashi" Read More
  • ‘Doda Mary’ Feiner: Every Soldier’s Mother Loved Her"There’s this amazing woman, Mom, and she takes care of all the soldiers. Her name’s ‘Doda (Aunty)... Read More
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Shabbat & Holidays
Candle Lighting Times
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Weekly Torah Portion
Upcoming Holiday
Sep. 6 - Sep. 8
Daily Thought
He made you hungry, He made you starve, He fed you manna… (Deut. 8:3) Torah could only be given to people who had consumed manna. (Midrash Tanchuma 20:2) It wasn’t that manna didn’t satisfy hunger. Manna was food, nourishing food. But it was food that caused you to feel dissatisfied. That was its nourishment. Your manna might have tasted to you like a succulent grilled steak. But it was a spiritual, not a tangible experience—and that left you yearning for something beyond that experience, something a physical body could never really have. This was crucial to the plan. As the rabbis taught, “The secrets of Torah can be transmitted only to one whose heart troubles him incessantly from inside.”...
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