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  • High Holiday ServicesDuring the High Holidays, the doors to heaven are open to all... So are ours! Join us for warm, welcoming & uplifting holiday services Read More
  • 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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  • Shabbat DinnerJoin us for a wonderful experience as we celebrate Shabbat through a program that will give you insight into the traditions and customs that have enriched our lives for thousands of years. Read More
  • Chai ClubThe Chai Club is comprised of individuals committed to the financial support of our center. Monthly donations in multiples of $18 add up and make a great difference!
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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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  • Sign Up to Be a Hakhel LeaderThis Is the Year to Celebrate Jewish Unity Read More
  • 9 Yom Kippur Myths and MisconceptionsHere’s your chance to rethink some things that “everyone knows” about the holy day. Read More
  • The Mean Voice Inside MeEventually, I grew tired of playing the martyr and blaming Him. I started to wonder if the pain I... Read More
  • Listen to a Yom Kippur Classic With a Fresh TwistThis chassidic melody is sung to the words of the Yom Kippur prayer Yaaleh Tachanuneinu. Yosef... Read More
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Here’s your chance to rethink some things that “everyone knows” about the holy day.
See how familiar you are with the most sacred day on the Jewish calendar…
It is customary to ask for and receive "lekach" (sweet cake -- signifying a sweet year) from someone (usually one's mentor or parent) on the day before Yom Kippur.
Yom Kippur, “the day of atonement,” is a Jewish fast, held on the day Moses achieved complete forgiveness for the People of Israel after the Sin of the Golden Calf.
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Daily Thought
What does fasting on Yom Kippur achieve? That even our physical bodies can feel the precious closeness of this...