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  • Gelt & Gift HuntGiant Menorah Lighting with masks and distancing. Bring your flashlights to search and find prizes!
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  • Latkes & Laughter Comedy ShowYoung Jewish Professionals physically distanced evening of individually packaged Chanukah delicacies, music, drinks, and tons of laughter. RSVP REQUIRED
  • Online & LiveCoronavirus has changed the way our facility operates. Services are now held in-person with masks & social distancing, click here for the online schedule of live programs and classes Live Schedule
  • Visitor InfoNeed a place to eat on Shabbat? Where to find Kosher food? Where to stay? Looking for a place to pray? We can help you with all your Jewish needs. Read More
  • Coronavirus Resources & InspirationThe number of people around the world impacted by coronavirus is increasing. Is there something we can do about it?
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One of twelve Houston branches of Chabad Lubavitch of Texas, Chabad of Uptown is located in the heart of the trendy Uptown area, near the Galleria, River Oaks and Memorial areas, offering Shabbat services, classes, holiday programs, a vibrant young professionals group and a mommy and me among other outreach activities.
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  • Can We Add Our Own Jewish Holidays?Chabad.org lists some newer “holidays.” How can we add holidays? Read More
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  • 13 Hanukkah Facts Every Jew Should KnowBecome an expert on this widely celebrated but barely understood Jewish festival. Read More
  • Take the Jewish Daily Routine QuizTake this quiz to see how well you know the various mitzvot that are done daily in the life of a... Read More
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Why is Chanukah in the winter, at the darkest time of year? Because when the world gets cold and dark, it’s time...
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