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Chabad of Mid-Suffolk strives to ensure Jewish continuity through increasing Jewish pride, knowledge, and commitment and works to overcome differences between Jews by creating a caring, non-judgemental environment. We believe in the right of every Jew to experience the beautiful treasures of our Jewish heritage, regardless of religious background or financial status.

For these reasons, Chabad is committed to provide a wide variety of educational, religious, and social services, according to the teachings of The Lubavitcher Rebbe, toward the goal of making our world a fitting dwelling place for G‑d.

We have a growing congregation of Jewish families from throughout the Mid-Suffolk area.

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Learning & Inspiration
  • The Life & Times of Reb Eizik HomilerA chassid of three Rebbes of Chabad, he was known as an expert Talmudist and profound mystic. Read More
  • Small, Yet GreatToday is the "Small Purim," celebrated one month before the "Great Purim." What can we learn from it... Read More
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Shabbat & Holidays
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Weekly Torah Portion
Upcoming Holiday
Mar. 23 - Mar. 24
Daily Thought
A young man came to the Rebbe to receive his blessing. The Rebbe looked at him and said, "A Jew must be happy!" The young man replied, "Rebbe, what is there to be happy about?" The Rebbe answered, "Be happy that you were privileged to wrap tefillin this morning!" The young man mumbled a few words that made the situation quite obvious. T...