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ABOUT

At 'The Shul at Chabad,' prayer services are set in a traditional yet educational format, making the experience one of warmth and joy for both the experienced and non-experienced alike. Prayer services are open to all, regardless of educational background, commitment, affiliation, or level of Jewish observance. The services are user-friendly and are conducted in the traditional Hebrew, interspersed with English readings. There is a palpable warmth that melts away any embarrassment for those unfamiliar with Hebrew or new to communal prayer. This is the atmosphere that has been created in this unassuming building in Minneapolis, known as the Chabad House, which we call home.

No Membership Policy

Here at 'The Shul at Chabad,' we are open to all Jews from all walks of life – regardless of background, level of observance or affiliation. The Chabad credo centers on the concept of Ahavat Yisroel – the love and acceptance of a fellow Jew without judgment or preconditions. It is this spirit of unity and sense of belonging that permeates the atmosphere of all of our programs and activities. Our “no membership” policy applies to all of Chabad of Minneapolis’ services, classes and educational and social service programs. Our doors and our hearts are always open to you.

SERVICES

Schedule

Friday Night Services • Mincha at candle lighting followed by Kabbalat Shabbat*
Shabbat Morning Services • 10:00 am
Shabbat Mincha • following Kiddush luncheon
Sunday Morning Minyan • 8:00 am
Monday and Thursday Minyan • 6:30 am


For High Holiday Services click here.

*During summer months contact us for updated times.

Children's Program

Kids love the Shabbat Ckids program at Chabad because of its interactive services and fun curriculum. Prayers, stories and lessons from the weekly Torah portion are adapted for age appropriate groups. Parents love seeing their kids learning Jewish prayers and developing an appreciation for coming to Shul.

Saturdays • 10:30-12:00 am
Separate groups for ages:   4-7     8-12

Kiddush

A Kiddush is a festive, informal catered buffet lunch enjoyed after morning services on Shabbat and holidays. Our Kiddush affords us a collective opportunity to relax and enjoy the warmth and companionship with the community. Celebrate a birthday, anniversary, or other special occasion, or commemorate the Yahrzheit of a loved one, by sponsoring a Kiddush.

Regular Kiddush • $125
Deluxe Kiddush • $180
Custom Kiddush • Contact us for details

Contact us at 952-929-9922 or info@chabadminneapolis.com for date availability or for special occasion sponsorship options.

LIFE CYCLE

From Birth to After-Life - and everything in between - Chabad is here to assist you in celebrating, observing or officiating your lifecycle event. The Chabad Minneapolis’ community is here to share your greatest joys and to provide comfort in life’s most difficult times. Being a community means sharing life’s greatest milestones together. Our staff and facility is available for all your life cycle events.

Contact us at 952-929-9922 or Rabbi@chabadminneapolis.com.

For more information on the Jewish life cycle traditions, click here.

Birth

Bris/Jewish Naming: The Jewish name is a keystone of Jewish identity for all Jews. It is customary to give a Jewish name when the baby is born. Jewish boys are named during the ritual circumcision (brit milah), and Jewish girls are named at the first synagogue Torah reading following their birth. We can help you arrange the ceremony, and walk you through the all the details. The ceremony can be held in a home or at the synagogue.

For more info about a Bris click here.

Bar/Bat Mitzva

Our young teens prepare for this milestone through a combination of Hebrew classes, tutoring and consultation with the Rabbi. The ceremony can be held at Chabad or at a venue of your choice. We will meet with you to craft a ceremony that meets your needs. Click here for more information.

Weddings

In preparation for the joyous occasion, the bride and groom will meet with the rabbi to learn about the Jewish perspective of weddings and marriage. Rabbi Grossbaum can perform the ceremony, walking your guests through the rich meanings behind the rituals.

Bereavement

The Rabbi and staff are always here, especially in times of need. To offer comfort, guidance and bereavement support, assistance in preparation, officiating at the funeral, the Shiva service etc. Contact us here.

We can arrange for kaddish as well as minyan services for those who are observing a yartzeit.
Please email Rabbi Grossbaum at Rabbi@chabadminneapolis.com.

PARTNERSHIP

Due to rapidly increasing interest in our Shul and in the many programs and services we offer, Chabad Minneapolis is now enabling individuals and families to become partners with Chabad.

Chabad encourages community participation to ensure its continuation. By becoming a partner with Chabad, you will be part of this chain. Additionally, all partners at Chabad will receive special discounts to Chabad events.

Learn more about our unique approach and special programming by experiencing our warm and welcoming community center environment. Visit our Shul for prayer services that are spiritually uplifting and meaningful, and sermons that are relevant, inspirational and varied. We are confident that you will feel comfortable and inspired, regardless of your level of observance and the program you choose to join.

Please click here to become our partner. We look forward to welcoming you at our Center soon.

Other partnership opportunities

Dianne Paskoff Memorial Board click here

Yizkor book click here

General donations click here

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