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  • Menorah Lighting Channukah CelebrationJoin us for a public menorah lighting! Taking place the first night of Channukah, Thursday december 10th at 5:30pm. Located at the Glen Eagle square, 477 Wilmington West Chester Pike, Glen Mills, PA 19342. There will be live music and individually packaged latkes, doughnuts and hot beverages. Covid-safe precautions will be in place. Looking forward to seeing you there!
  • Win big in the Chabad of SW Delco Raffle!$10,000 Grand Prize! Buy your raffle ticket today!
  • Shabbat Dinner PackagesThe shabbat package includes wine, Challah, dinner and a dessert fo your family to enjoy and experience of shabbat.
    To order contact Chana Gerber 773-310-0448
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  • Camp Gan IsraelCamp Gan Israel summer camp, Join us for a summer of fun!
  • Daily StudyStudy Torah daily with our Daily Study portal. Lessons include: Chumash with Rashi, Psalms/Tehillim, Tanya, Rambam and Hayom Yom.
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Chabad of Southwest Delaware county services the community with weekly Torah study, kids clubs, Jewish holiday celebrations, Shabbat meals, Challah deliveries etc.
Programs
Synagogue Services and Shabbat Dinner

The first Friday of the month enjoy Shabbat dinner and Friday night services

Weekly Torah Study

Wednesday night 7:00 pm at the Rachel Kohl Community Library

Kids clubs

Sign up for baking club

Learning & Inspiration
  • 13 Facts About Leah Everyone Should KnowSee how much you really know about our fourth matriarch, Leah! Read More
  • The Holy Shopkeeper"That night I could not sleep. Early in the morning, I returned to the store to witness with my own... Read More
  • Take the American Jewish History QuizWe have so much to be thankful for! Read More
  • When Jacob Discovered He Was IsraelFar from home, Jacob now must struggle to maintain his inner spirituality. Read More
Upcoming Events
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Shabbat & Holidays
Candle Lighting Times
Aston, PA 19014
Weekly Torah Portion
Upcoming Holiday
Dec. 10 - Dec. 18
Daily Thought
Some people think there is no conflict between their work and their time for study, meditation and prayer. But, on the contrary, they complement one another: Start your day by connecting it to Torah—the day shines and all its parts work in synchronicity. Work honestly, carrying the morning’s...
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