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Connecting Jewish kids with each other while exploring Jewish traditions and values in a fun environment.
About CKids
Chabad Youth offers dynamic,  creative and educational programs that include trips, outings, sport activities, camping, and Shabbaton weekend retreats. We also create numerous venues for Israel action, volunteerism opportunities, teen aid and community service.

Our goal is to raise Jewish awareness and pride, and help our youth appreciate the richness of our beautiful traditions, instilling a heightened level of sensitivity, compassion and communal responsibility, as well as a strong attachment to Israel and all things Jewish. 

We have a host of programs for children of all ages. Please explore the links above to learn about what Chabad of Lakeview offers for your child.

When it comes to our youth, the Chabad- Lubavitch philosophy is simple: Education is not limited to the hours a child sits in a classroom, but must become a way of life. Through an exciting mix of hands-on programming, children in Chabad-Lubavitch educational institutions learn the importance of kindness and good deeds, and experience fun and interactive programs about Jewish history, holidays and practices.

In the 1940s, when Chabad-Lubavitch came to the United States, the first order of business was to establish schools and quality educational programs for children, promoting Jewish values, holidays and observances. In 1980, the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, expanded these efforts by establishing “Tzivos Hashem” (“G-d’s Army”), an international network of educational organizations exclusively for children under the age of 13, channeling the natural enthusiasm and sincerity of children to lay the foundation for a Jewish future.

Chabad-Lubavitch offers innovative programs—such as model shofar and matzah factories, Sukkos & Lag B’Omer children’s festival, Chanukah wonderland, Kids in the Kitchen and beginner’s Shabbat—to teach children about Jewish history and culture in an interactive and entertaining environment, Today, Chabad-Lubavitch is the largest and most vibrant Jewish youth organization in the world,with more than 91,000 members in North America and over 210,000 members worldwide, all under the age of 13.

• In 2018, more than 256,000 children toured Chabad-Lubavitch model matzah factories worldwide, experiencing the history, meaning and joy of Passover.More than half of these children are from unaffiliated Jewish families.

Upcoming events
Jun. 03, 2020
Lakeview Chabad hosts a weekly "Chavrusa (study partner) learning". Every Wednesday you will have the chance to come to Chabad to learn Torah with a study partner. You don't have who to learn ...
Jun. 06, 2020
Our services are traditional and conducted in a joyous, casual atmosphere. The prayer book is bi-lingual and various English readings are included in the service. Song and commentary add meaning ...
Jun. 06, 2020
The Ckids Club is from 10:15am-11:45pm for children of all ages the first Shabbos of every month. Kids will learn about their Jewish heritage through games, songs, exciting stories, and fun ...
Jun. 10, 2020
Lakeview Chabad hosts a weekly "Chavrusa (study partner) learning". Every Wednesday you will have the chance to come to Chabad to learn Torah with a study partner. You don't have who to learn ...