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"To Love A Fellow Jew" incorporates every teaching, law or tradition that we learn from our holy Torah. The Lubavitcher Rebbe stressed the importance of reaching out to every single Jew, regardless of their background, status or affiliation. We at Fort Lauderdale Chabad welcome every man, woman and child to partake in the joy and beauty of our illustrious heritage. Come celebrate with us and discover the richness and vibrancy that Judaism has to offer!

Fort Lauderdale is home to a tremendous medley of Jews from all around the world, Jews from all over the world move here speaking a multitude of languages, blending different cultures, sharing traditions all joining together as one community at Fort Lauderdale Chabad. We are growing together and sharing our experiences to create a new life here with our friends, spouses, children, grandchildren and extended families.
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Learning & Inspiration
  • A Yom Kippur Love StoryHow to listen to the voice of your own heart—advice from a meditation of the Alter Rebbe. Read More
  • Why Beg for Honey Cake Before Yom Kippur?It is customary to ask for and receive "lekach" (sweet cake -- signifying a sweet year) from... Read More
  • Finding the Forgiveness That Had Been So Hard for MeRecently I realized that my problem was my understanding of what forgiveness is. In my mind, it was... Read More
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Daily Thought
Yom Kippur is a day of forgiveness for those who return. But then, every day is a day of forgiveness for those who return. Yet Yom Kippur is an entirely different story. Because on any other day when a soul returns, her...
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