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Introducing The Art of Marriage, A Provocative New JLI Course

The Art of Marriage is a new six-session course that will provide spirtual and practical ways to enhance your relationship, increase your happiness, and strengthen your marriage. 

Whether you're in a committed, passionate, and loving relationship or not, the principles you'll learn in our newest JLI course, will help you to clarify what is meaningful in a relationship and will teach you how to take yours to the next level.

Begins Tuesday, May 8, 2012. For course-related information and to register, please click here!

Lag B'omer Commnity BBQ

Join us on Thursday May 10th at Assiniboine Park for this years BBQ and fun in the park.

Click here for more details.

Parsha Pucks Spring Session Starts Monday

Sign up your son for fun, friendship and food for thought.

Parsha Pucks is where boys learn to play floor hockey with instruction from local hockey enthusiasts, and experience the weekly Torah portion with Jewish friends their age.

Click here for more information. 

JLI launches its third season of Torah Studies

We are proud to present our Torah Studies catalog of classes for the third season of our 2011/2012 academic year.

At Chabad-Lubavitch, we value a deep, rich learning experience and we aim to provide this in an unequivocal way. This is why we have brought you a Torah Studies program of the highest caliber, developed by the world-renowned Jewish Learning Institute. The program brings you a series of stimulating text- and discussion-based classes that take place on a weekly basis.

Our lessons will engage you in a multidimensional way by challenging you intellectually, spiritually, and emotionally. They explore contemporary issues through a Torah perspective as well as tackling timeless questions in the Jewish tradition.

I invite you… Read More »

This Summer, Experience Heaven on Earth!

Join us this summer for the National Jewish Retreat in Fort Lauderdale, FL from July 31 - August 5, 2012. Enjoy five days packed with the best in Jewish learning and living, surrounded by deluxe amenities and exciting activities. Relax with family, meet new friends, and encounter teachers of international renown at this unforgettable event. Visit to learn more.

Torah Tots Now Accepting Applications for 2012-2013!

Give your child the best beginning he or she deserves and sign up for Chabad Torah Tots 2012-2013 today! 

Please click here to fill out an Application Form. Applications will be accepted until Friday, April 27, 2012. Very limited spaces available.

Passion and Compassion: The Family Woman, a JLI lesson

Do you have what it takes to be a woman?

As women, we are adept listeners with intuition to sense the unspoken; we know how to give clear instruction and can take a firm stand when necessary. Tap into these timeless teachings, as we learn how to use our G-d given talents to inspire family life and fashion a loving and secure home.

We welcome you to join us on Monday, April 23 at 7:30pm. The course instructor will be Mrs. Adina Altein. Please call 955-2035 to register.

This is the fourth installment of a seven-part series on the soul, spirit, and mystical dynamism of being a woman. Guided by classical Jewish and kabbalistic texts, we will examine issues such as beauty, love, relationships, career, family, education, and… Read More »

Seudas Moshiach

Seudas Moshiach

This Shabbos,  April  14 at 7:30pm taste the wonder & beauty of Pesach as it reaches its climax, in its final hours and moments. Join us at Chabad for Chassidic song, matzah, wine and inspiring thoughts. This beautiful custom dating back to the Baal Shem Tov highlights the connection between the celebration of our freedom from the Egyptian exile to our imminent redemption from this current exile.

For men: 1845 Mathers Ave.         Contact: Rabbi Boruch 339-8737 x202  
For women: 691 Queenston St.      Contact: Mrs. Heidingsfeld… Read More »

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