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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
  • Ckids ClubChabad Youth programs are committed to providing the highest quality range of services and programs to all Jewish youth in the area.

    Positive Jewish Experiences based in STEAM. Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics and Nature.

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  • 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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    Do you know someone who loves Challah?

    *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
  • Why Flags (With Apples and Candles) on Simchat Torah?Many old-timers
    recall the custom for children to carry a candle stuck into an apple on top of
    a...
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  • There Is No Such Thing as a Person of the BookI’ll
    never forget the day a rabbi told me to stop reading so many Jewish
    books.
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  • ‘Tishrei in the Moment’: JEM’s Interactive Social-Media Season With the Rebbe WhatsApp and Instagram add a contemporary touch to a timeless experience Read More
  • The Day I Was an AngelIt had been a drizzly morning, gray and overcast, and I stood like a soldier outside a local bagel... Read More
  • The Rebbe and a Young Man With Autism“We have another son, who, unfortunately, is not well. He is autistic. He needs a blessing.” Read More
Weekly Magazine
Sure there are the Torahs and prayers, but there is also dancing, singing, capering, and snacking in the synagogue.
Many old-timers recall the custom for children to carry a candle stuck into an apple on top of a flag.
“We have another son, who, unfortunately, is not well. He is autistic. He needs a blessing.”
Take these 10 questions to see how well you know the joyous holiday of Sukkot.
Take this quiz to see how well you know the parshah of Bereishit.
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Daily Thought
Within every love, there is fear: The fear of separation from that which you love. A child fears separation from her parents, a lover from his beloved, the body fears separation from the soul, and the soul from its Source Above. So what do you love? Look at your worries and you will know. If you seethe in worry over your debts and financial future, then it is the material world you love—because you believe in the material world and you see it as the source of all good. If you sit and fret over the comments of others and...