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  • High Holiday ServicesDuring the High Holidays, the doors to heaven are open to all... So are ours! Join us for warm, welcoming & uplifting holiday services. No Cost!

    Join us at our NEW HIGH HOLIDAY Location: 448 W. Barry (Historic Serbian Community Center)
    More Info/RSVP
  • Rosh Hashana Kids Sweet ShoppeStart this year off sweet! Aspiring confectioners and candy connoisseurs get buzzzy as they melt, mix, and knead holiday sweets & treats.

    Sunday, September 13 from 12-1pm at Nettelhorst
    RSVP Here
  • Chabad Hebrew SchoolNEVER hear these words again..."Hebrew School is Boring!" Explore our Hebrew School
  • Chai ClubThe Chai Club is comprised of individuals committed to the financial support of our center. Monthly donations in multiples of $18 add up and make a great difference! Join Today
  • Planned GivingHelp ensure a bright future for Judaism in our community. Leave an eternal legacy to the Jewish community. Remember Chabad in your will. Read More
  • See us in the NewsThe Cubs won the world series! Check out what the news stations have to say about Chabad of Lakeview's "Prayers for the Cubs"!

    Check out who they call the "Wrigley Rabbi"
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  • What Brought This Rebel Back for Rosh HashanahOn the utter awesomeness of the Days of Awe Read More
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Daily Thought
Every year, our sages taught, with the cry of the shofar the entire universe is reborn. And so, at that time, with our resolutions and our prayers, we hold an awesome power: To determine what sort of child this newborn year shall be—how it will take its first breaths, how it will struggle to its feet and how it will carry us through life for the twelve months to come. In truth, it is not only once a year: At every new moon, in a smaller way, all life is renewed again. And so too, every morning, we are all reborn from a nighttime taste of death. And at every...