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Chabad of 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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Shabbat in a Box

Everything you need for a Shabbat Meal

Learning & Inspiration
  • Women of MenassehOur mission is not merely to live a holy and wholesome life in Israel; rather, our task is to... Read More
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  • The 30-Year-Old Letter That Made Me CryWe may have been the first openly Torah-observant Jews to visitfrom outside the USSR in 70... Read More
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  • How Two-and-a-Half Tribes Ended Up Over the JordanLearn how Moses gave the land eastof the Jordan to Reuben, Gad, and half ofManassah, on one... Read More
Jewish History
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Jewish History
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    Passing of Rabbi Moshe Cordovero (1522?-1570) of Safed, the Holy Land, known as...

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Daily Thought
“Why was the human being created as an individual? To teach you that one who destroys a single human life is as though he has destroyed an entire world. And one who saves a single human life is as though he has saved an entire world.” —Mishnah, Sanhedrin 4:5. Simple arithmetic does not apply when dealing with human lives. Each individual equals an entire world. The Talmud provides a practical application: A caravan traveling on the road is accosted by strangers who tell them, “Give us one of you and we will kill...
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