• Cantorial Shabbos: Rabbi Cantor Yossi Lebovics & Sons

    Shabbos Parshas Vayeitzei, December 16-17
  • Cantor Lebovics sang the national anthem at the Miami Heat. Since 2001 he serves as the chazzan of the Synagogue of Inverrary in Florida and leads the services in S. Paulo, Brazil, for the High Holidays. From childhood, he has been inspiring audiences with his natural warmth and his singing. Recently, his sons joined him in doing the same.

  • Shabbat 24/6 Inaugural Event!

    Shabbos Parshas Vayechi, Friday, January 6
  • Work for six days and rest on the seventh. Rabbi Zalman and his wife Hindel Levitin invite you, the Palm Beach Jewish community, to turn off your cell phones for one day, allowing you to experience the peace and joy of a traditional Shabbos and to rejuvenate your soul as you bond with friends and community. Keep the Shabbos and it will keep you. Jews have experienced this truth for thousands of years. Disconnect from the work week and see for yourself. Taking place at the newly renovated Colony Hotel, a classic destination with charm and character, a place where you can immerse yourself in the peace and holiness of Shabbos. All ages welcome, children's program throughout. 

    Cocktails & entertainment | 4:00 p.m.

    Musical presentation & candle-lighting | 5:00 p.m.

    Kabolas Shabbos & dinner | 5:45 p.m.

    Shabbos morning Kabbalah Cafe | 9:00 a.m.

    Shabbos morning services & lunch | 9:30 a.m.

    Havdalah | 6:20 p.m.)

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  • Cantorial Shabbos: Rabbi Asher Scharf

    Shabbos Parshas Terumah, February 24-25
  • Cantor Asher Scharf, born in Rome, Italy, into a Rabbinic family, possesses a rich and dramatic tenor voice with unusual range. He conducted the Shabbos services in the Alt-Neu Shul in Prague; The Great Synagogue in Jerusalem; and many synagogues in Europe, Israel and Canada. Cantor Scharf is a composer of contemporary Jewish music. 

  • The Rebbe's Birthday: Yud Aleph Nissan

    Shabbos Hagadol, March 31-April 1
  • A birth is always something to celebrate, but the Lubavitcher Rebbe's birthday also marks the birth of a commitment to ensure that every Jew in every part of the world has a Jewish connection, a haven and a home to call their own. But it doesn't stop there. The Rebbe didn't "just" establish Chabad Houses worldwide; he revolutionized traditional Judaism. He empowered Jewish women perhaps more than any other leader in our history to learn the deeper dimensions of Torah and to embark on huge spiritual undertakings, he provided a perspective on Torah teachings that is unrelentingly deep and optimistic and uplifting, and he taught us to not just say the age-old prayers beseeching G-d for Moshiach, but to live with this beautiful reality. Let’s gather to celebrate the Rebbe and to understand how to gift the Rebbe with the greatest gift of all.

  • Shabbat in the Heights: New York Shabbaton

    Shabbos Parshas Emor, May 5-6
  • Journey with us to Brooklyn, New York, for one unforgettable weekend in Crown Heights, the nerve center of the Chabad-Lubavitch movement. Enjoy a rich array of personalities, sights, tastes, and sounds of a vibrant Chabad neighborhood, offering a dynamic window into the Rebbe’s life and teachings. Visit 770 and the Rebbe’s Ohel (resting place). The Shabbaton is open to both men and women, single or married. Home accommodations will be provided or book at a trendy Brooklyn hotel.

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