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Discover your roots through Torah Study classes in a wide range of topics.
 
Learning at Chabad Jewish Center
Chabad Jewish Center offers a wide array of learning opportunities for adults. Classes, one-on-one study sessions, tutoring, group discussions, Torah e-mails and the popular Jewish Women's Circle are some of the educational programs available at Chabad Jewish Center.

Get in touch with your heritage and discover the ancient and the avant-garde in Jewish thought. Our classes are rich in dialogue and deep in debate.

We believe Judaism is available for exploration at your level and at your speed.

Contact us today, or peruse our website to find a class for you. And, if you don't find one - let us know. We'll create one for you!

» IN THE SPOTLIGHT
The Art of Marriage ~ Examine the arenas of love and respect, of intimacy and communication, of fidelity and domestic harmony. This new six-week course from the Jewish Learning Institute provides a practical and spiritual guide to making your marriage more enriched and fulfilling.
» Ongoing Classes
Chabad Jewish Center offers weekly and monthly classes on a variety of subjects. Click here to see what's currently offered.
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JEWISH LEARNING INSTITUTE


Chabad Jewish Center is proud to be an affiliate of the international Rohr Jewish Learning Institute. The JLI offers transformative professional adult education courses on a wide array of Jewish subjects and interests. Find out more about the JLI and our upcoming JLI courses.

Every day we must study Torah.
Each day you are new. Each morning you are born to life again. Do you not eat again each day as though you have never eaten before? Do you not thirst as though you have never drunk water?
Should we not study again each day to feed our minds and souls?
~ Based on the Talmud and the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneersohn