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  • Lubavitch Center for Russian Jewry725 Byberry Rd. Philadelphia, PA 19116
  • Torah & TeaJoin together with fellow Jewish women for an inspiring Torah study class, warm camaraderie, hot tea, and delicious refreshments.
  • TheRebbe.orgEssays, insights and letters, stories and first-person accounts, and an online biography of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, of righteous memory
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The Lubavitch Center for Russian Jewry, founded in 2001, is nurtured and supported by concerned members of communities in our area. Chabad Lubavitch is dedicated to the re­establishment and strengthening of our Judaic faith, principles, identity, commitment, and pride.

Lubavitch Center is a unique and vibrant institution providing a home away from home for any man, woman or youngster who walks through its doors. Its rabbis, staff and vol­unteer workers are pioneers in the most literal sense, threading a path and showing the way to bring the light of Torah and Jewish tradition to all Jews. Acceptance of every Jew on their own level regardless of their level of religious commitment or practice has become a trademark of Chabad Lubavitch. And by blending traditional values with modern day technology we have been successful in reaching even the most alienated, helping them appreciate their roots and identify with their Judaism with enthusiasm.

Thanks to God's infinite blessings and the generous support and involvement of mem­bers of the community, Lubavitch Center has grown rapidly during these years. Today Lubavitch Center boasts a full array of successful programming, including a highly successful Hebrew school, ongoing programs for Philadelphia's Russian speaking community, a full adult education, women circle program and popular holiday celebrations.
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