Chabad Youth Center

Inspiring Jewish Pride and Identity in Jewish Children - the future of Judaism.


Imagine a place where kids are eager to come! They come in with a smile and leave humming the tune to a Hebrew song. Imagine a child who feels the warmth and spirit of Judaism… and then imagine the pride of his parents!

Discover the Excitement of Judaism at all ages!
4-12 year old kids

Kids ages 4-12 join fun events to celebrate the holidays on the jewish calendar

JUDA After School Program
5-11 year old kids

The goal of JUDA is to provide and promote the highest quality after-school Judaic education through art and discovery, enabling children to experience the ideas and ideals which are taught in a relevant and artistic manner.

Bar/Bat Mitzvah
12-13 year olds
Our emphasis in preparing teenagers is to foster an awareness that this milestone is only the beginning of Jewish life.
JUDA After School Program @ Chabad Youth Center

JUDA After School Program is among the many programs offered at the Chabad Youth Center. We have created a stimulating yet friendly environment where children embrace their Jewish roots and gain a true sense of Jewish pride, no matter their level of observance or affiliation.

Children acquire a broad knowledge of Judaism through a motivating and challenging venue. Our students gain an appreciation for the joys, values and traditions of our heritage as it is vividly brought to life by the dedicated and enthusiastic teachers whose creativity and dynamism make every lesson a unique learning experience.

At Chabad our goal is simple: We want our students to view Judaism in an intelligent, relevant and upbeat light. By year's end, along with the Aleph-Bais, Holiday learning and Hebrew literacy, your child will have developed a deep love and appreciation for their precious heritage, imbuing their every day with a sense of pride and purpose.

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