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Chabad Lincoln Park delivers a warm, inviting, and soulful Judaism to Jews in Lincoln Park. It melds a classical approach with a modern twist. Judaism and one's relationship with God could be dynamic, beautiful, personal and deeply sincere. A special formula of excellence has catapulted Chabad Lincoln Park into the success story it is.

Hundreds of children, college students, young professionals and local families have made their way through our doors: learning, praying, connecting, eating, taking ownership of their Judaism, and asking themselves how will I make a difference to the Jewish people?
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  • Rabbi Dovber, "The Mitteler Rebbe" Read More
  • Vayeitzei Parshah QuizTake this quiz to see how well you know the parshah of Vayeitzei. Read More
  • A Vision of PeaceOn the 10th of Kislev, the second Rebbe of Chabad, Rabbi DovBer was liberated from prison. He was... Read More
  • Love or Children?The loving relationship and the child-rearing
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  • Judaism, Jails and Justice: A Conversation With Judge Jack B. Weinstein Read More
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Daily Thought
When the telephone was first introduced, a wise man was asked, “What can we learn from this contraption?” He answered, “That which is spoken here is heard there.” So they asked, “And from the telegraph?” He replied, “Every word costs.” “And from the...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Daily Thought
When the telephone was first introduced, a wise man was asked, “What can we learn from this contraption?” He answered, “That which is spoken here is heard there.” So they asked, “And from the telegraph?” He replied, “Every word costs.” “And from the locomotive?” “Hesitate for a moment and you could lose the whole journey.”