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  • Chanukah at ChabadJoin us for a fun Chanukah experience! Public menorah lighting, community parties, menorah car parades, YJP Chanukah party, & FREE menorahs. CLICK HERE to visit the CHANUKAH SITE Read More
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  • Menorah ParadeJoin the 2nd annual Chanukah Car Menorah Parade in town! We will drive all around Lakeview with over 20 cars with Menorah's on top

    No cost to join. Limited supplies
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  • Shabbat ServicesJoin us for Friday night and Shabbat morning services. Prayer in a community setting, Torah reading, and of course a delicious Cholent.
    Please remember to bring your mask or we'll have one for you!
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  • 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
Public Art Menorah Lighting & event

Join us as we light the art menorah

Chai Club

Monthly Donation Program

Fresh Challah For Shabbos

Order Fresh Challah from Tel Aviv Bakery

Planned Giving

Help ensure a bright future for Judaism in our community.

Learning & Inspiration
  • The Visionary SoulWhere is that fine line between healthy self-compassion and debilitating self-pity? Read More
  • I Always Feel Like I’m Getting My Parenting WrongIs there any escape from mother guilt and feeling lousy? Read More
  • This Rabbi Launched The World’s First NFT Menorah, And it Actually Can Be LitA Chassidic designer created the digital menorah which blends Judaism and cutting-edge... Read More
Shabbat & Holidays
Candle Lighting Times
Chicago, IL
Weekly Torah Portion
Upcoming Holiday
Nov. 28 - Dec. 6
Daily Thought
Joseph had two sons in Egypt. From their names, we learn how a human being can be successful in this world. He named the first son Menasheh, which means to forget. Whenever Joseph called Menasheh, he remembered that this land was causing him to forget his true home and all that his father had taught him. And so he never forgot. He named his second son Ephraim, which means to be productive. Whenever Joseph called Ephraim, he remembered that he had a purpose to accomplish in Egypt, so that his family could eventually settle there in dignity and prosperity. And...
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