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Build-Your-own Menorah Workshop
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North & South Brunswick Township Menorah Lightings
Join Chabad at the Official Township Menorah Lighting of South Brunswick on December 8th and North Brusnwick on December 10th....
News & Events

Gov. and Chabad Rabbis Attend 9/11 Memorial Event
Governor Chris Christie requested the presence of Rabbi Yosef Carlebach of Chabad of Central NJ and Rabbi Mendy Carlebach of Chabad of...
Rabbi Helped Coordinate Leiby's Burial
Rabbi Mendy Carlebach of Chabad of North and South Brunswick helped coordinate the burial of young murder victim Leiby Kletzky in South Brunswick, NJ.
Washington DC area Jewish Day School Visits Chabad House
On Wednesday, June 15th, close to 150 students of the Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School of Rockville, MD visited Chabad House in New Brunswick, NJ.
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The Weekly Aliyot of the Parsha
A short summary of the Torah portion read in the Synagogue on Shabbat.
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Our Parsha - Vayechi
Text of Parshah (Hebrew with English translation) - Parshas Vayechi.
When Less Is More
The two men were among the privileged few to be granted an audience with the king. At the appointed hour the first man arrived at the palace; but...
Moshaich in the Parsha
"And Yaakov called to his sons and said: Come together and I will tell you what will happen to you at the end of days." What was it that Yaakov saw...
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The Trip that Almost Wasn’t
“Please fasten your seatbelts, we are preparing for landing,” came the voice of the flight attendant. The lights in the cabin were dimmed as the...
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Praising His Great Name
In Judaism we find that names are given great significance. According to our sages, even parents are granted the gift of prophecy when naming their...
Robots and Souls
This suit essentially is a lightweight robot exoskeleton, which uses a sophisticated computer to mimic the body’s natural movements while...
Mitzvot Then and Now
Joseph, son of Jacob, was sold as a slave and brought to Egypt, and then was later imprisoned for twelve years. Nevertheless, he did not stop his...
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Tu B'Shevat: What and How
by Naftali Silberberg
According to Biblical law, there is a seven year agricultural cycle, concluding with the Sabbatical year. When the Holy Temple stood in Jerusalem...
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Why We Celebrate The New Year Of Trees
Tu BiShvat, "the New Year of the Trees," has its own customs, which our Rabbis associate with the phrase, "Is man a tree of the field?"...
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by Moshe Bogomilsky
The Torah states "Man is like the tree of the field". The Jewish people have often been compared to different trees. What lesson can man learn from...
The Lesson from Tu-B'Shvat
It's almost Tu B'Shevat, that fruit-eating and tree-planting time of year. Now, someone out there might be wondering what he would do if he was in...
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