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  • Lag BaOmer BBQJoin us for the annual Lag BaOmer BBQ! Always a fun family event. Music, BBQ, kids program, food and more CLICK HERE for more info
  • Hebrew SchoolChabad Hebrew School offers a friendly and stimulating environment, where children can embrace their Jewish roots and gain a true sense of Jewish pride. Read More
  • Mini CampChabad Mini - Camp

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  • CTeenJoin our Teen Group! - Help give back to the the community with Chessed , have fun with friends and always learn a positive lesson email: [email protected] Read More
  • Children with Special NeedsHebrew School & Socialization READ MORE
About
Chabad of Brookville was founded, to offer the growing Jewish population in the Brookvilles, a warm and vibrant Jewish community life.

Chabad is open to all Jews, regardless of affiliation or prior background. We believe every Jew has the right to experience the warmth of traditional Judaism in a fun, exciting, relevant, and non-judgmental atmosphere.

In the short time that Chabad has started activities in the area, it has experienced tremendous growth. Many young families that recently moved to the Brookvilles have found a place to call home at the Chabad of Brookville.
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May 22
Daily Thought
Each of these three things—space, time and consciousness—can be grasped from its outside or from its inside. Or at its essence. At the surface, each place is its own place, each moment its own moment, each person his or her own individual. Within, each place is a facet of all of space, each moment a snapshot of all time, each person another face to humanity. For the whole is reflected in each of its parts. But there is also an essence to each thing, its essential life. At the essence there is no distinction between the whole and the part. When you touch the essence of a thing, you find there more...
Learning & Inspiration
  • Today Is Pesach SheniWe celebrate the Second Passover by eating matzah. Read More
  • My Husband Was in a Coma and I Turned Our Lives AroundWe were nonobservant Russian-speaking Jews. Then a freak accident changed everything. Read More
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