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Rabbi Alex and Chani Kallerfounded Chabad Russian Center in Sunny Isles Beach, FL in September of 2003. Their vision and dedication to our community have helped create a beautiful, welcoming organization for all. The center started out in a small storefront and has since moved to a larger location to accommodate the growing community. At Chabad, there is something for everyone: Mommy and Me, The Gan Preschool, Hebrew School on Sunday, Hebrew Club at Norman S. Edelcup K-8, teen programs, volunteer opportunities, family holiday programs, community wide holiday celebrations, adult education throughout the week, daily morning, afternoon, and evening services, and more. Join us! We look forward to greeting each of you at Chabad.
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“If only the Jewish People would keep two Shabbats as they should be kept, immediately they would be redeemed.” (Shabbat 118a) In each Shabbat, there are two Shabbats: An outer Shabbat, and an inner Shabbat. The outer Shabbat is but an entranceway, a liberation from work. The inner Shabbat is a world inside, a world of contemplation and delight. As a bride is whisked away from the rest of the world to be only to her beloved and no one else, so Shabbat carries us out of a mundane life on earth into the arms of the divine. We can breathe again, our shackles...
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