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  • Welcome!Chabad of Encinitas is now open to serve the Jewish communities of Leucadia and Encinitas. Click here to meet the Rabbi and his family.
    Need 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.
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  • Hebrew SchoolChabad Hebrew School offers a friendly and stimulating environment, where children can embrace their Jewish roots and gain a true sense of Jewish pride. Read More
  • Coronavirus Resources & InspirationThe number of people around the world impacted by coronavirus is increasing. Is there something we can do about it?
  • Loaves Of LoveMake your own homemade Challah and discover the beauty of our tradition connecting the generations... Bring a friend, sister, mother or daughter to celebrate this most powerful mitzvah entrusted to women!
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    *Loaves of Love* provides Challah to the old and new and everyone in between- free of charge- every single Friday!
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Under the direction of Rabbi Elia and his wife Chaya, Chabad of Encinitas, founded in 2016 offers youth programs, adult education courses, community holiday celebrations and many more community services.
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Learning & Inspiration
  • Words of Closeness and DistanceWhich path is the Jew to follow? I Read More
  • The PrincessA parable by the famous Preacher of Dubno Read More
  • 9 Yom Kippur Myths and MisconceptionsHere’s your chance to rethink some things that “everyone knows” about the holy day. Read More
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Weekly Magazine
Which path is the Jew to follow? Is he to strive towards heaven and keep himself aloof from worldly events? Or is he, like Isaiah, to find his spiritual home in the things of the earth?
There is an essential problem in the combination of Shabbat and teshuvah.
Here’s your chance to rethink some things that “everyone knows” about the holy day.
Many of us—some for the first time in our adult lives—will be celebrating Yom Kippur alone. Here are our pro tips to making your at-home Yom Kippur meaningful, pleasant, and memorable.
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Daily Thought
The central theme of Yom Kippur is not repentance; it is forgiveness. Repentance means regretting who you’ve become. Yom Kippur is a day on which you are embraced for who you truly are. You are a pure, divine soul. Today, you want to live that way. So you rid yourself of some unbecoming things you picked up on the road, and you return home, picking up some beautiful mitzvahs along the way. On Yom Kippur you...