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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 Read More
  • Lakeview Women's Mega Challah BakeMake your own homemade Challah and discover the beauty of our tradition connecting the generations... Bring a friend, sister, mother or daughter to celebrate this most powerful mitzvah entrusted to women! Read More
  • Torah CampaignJoin us in welcoming a 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.
  • Synagogue ServicesA community that prays together stays together. Join us for regular daily, shabbat and holiday services in a warm, friendly environment. Read More
  • 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
About
Chabad of East Lakeview is a vibrant Jewish center located in the heart of Chicago's beautiful Lakeview neighborhood. Regardless of your background or affiliation, we hope you will join us for a true Jewish experience. Enjoy uplifting Friday night dinners and services, delve into our challenging and relevant adult education offerings, present your kids with an exciting Jewish learning venue, and participate in our holiday celebrations.
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Programs
Fresh Challah For Shabbos

Order Fresh Challah from Tel Aviv Bakery

Bagels, Lox & Tefillin

For Jewish Men & Boys

Chai Club

Monthly Donation Program

Planned Giving

Help ensure a bright future for Judaism in our community.

Learning & Inspiration
  • 17 Shofar Facts Every Jew Should KnowThis is your chance to learn all about the central mitzvah of Rosh Hashanah in a fun way Read More
  • An Opportune TimeThe Alter Rebbe compared the Almighty during the month of Elul to a king who goes out to the field... Read More
  • Rosh Hashanah 2022 FAQObserved on the day G‑d created Adam and Eve, it’s celebrated as the head of the Jewish year. The...
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  • We Are All Adam and EveA pre-Rosh Hashanah letter from the Rebbe Read More
  • German Dignitaries Welcome Jewish New Year at Chabad-Lubavitch of BerlinRabbi presents president of German parliament with new German- translated machzor Read More
Jewish History
Tishrei 2, 5783
Jewish History
  • First Shabbat

    Today marks the first Shabbat, when G‑d rested after creating the world for...

Laws and Customs
Shabbat & Holidays
Candle Lighting Times
Chicago, IL
Weekly Torah Portion
Upcoming Holiday
Oct. 4 - Oct. 5
Daily Thought
The sound of the shofar is not the cry of a human voice. It is the howl of an animal’s horn. It is a cry so primal, so raw, that the mind ceases to ponder, the heart suspends its throb. With the fury of a beast pent up in its cage, the naked essence of the soul bursts out, howling, ripping through heaven’s curtains, awakening the primal essence of all being. The raw core of your soul below touches the Primal Essence above, and now their reunion may begin.
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