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  • The Jewish CenterA place where all can feel at home. Regardless of their affiliation or observance.

    At Chabad you will find a non-judgmental atmosphere, where being Jewish is fun.
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  • Upcoming EventsPre-Chanukah Cocktail Party - December 5th

    Veterans Community Shabbat Dinner - December 6th

    Giant Menorah lighting in Portsmouth - December 22nd

    First ever Car Menorah Parade in NH - December 26th

    Chanukah at Mall at Fox Run - Secember 26th
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About
In a Nutshell:
The UNH & Seacoast Chabad Jewish Center is a Home for Jewish Celebration and a Center for Jewish Education adjacent to UNH and the Seacoast of New Hampshire.

Founding Principles
UNH & Seacoast Chabad Jewish Center is founded on the principle that while Jews embrace many levels of observance in their personal lives, there should be a place for all Jews with no labels or no affiliations. They develop a sense of community and enhance the experience of being Jewish. We have successfully catered to hundreds of students and families from all backgrounds, offering Jewish educational programming in an accepting and innovative setting where all feel welcome. Our goal is to create a positive Jewish experience for everyone as they strengthen their ties to the Jewish community.

UNH & Seacoast Chabad Jewish Center is a place where every Jewish Student/Person is welcome - regardless of affiliation or level of knowledge. Our sole purpose is to create a warm welcoming environment to explore and experience our heritage in a non-judgmental and inviting atmosphere.
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Learning & Inspiration
  • Q&A: The Holocaust’s Jewish Calendars: Keeping Time Sacred, Making Time Holy Read More
  • Staying on the SwingIn order to swing to the greatest height, it is necessary to plunge to the lowest point. Read More
  • Chanukah Comes to Life in Modi’in, the Birthplace of the MaccabeesMerging past, present and future in a hyper-modern Israeli city Read More
  • Chocolate Ganache-Glazed Doughnuts Read More
  • The Egypt of My ChildhoodI remember the day in September of 1989 when I walked out of my home in Saratov into the unknown... Read More
Shabbat & Holidays
Candle Lighting Times
Durham, NH 03824
Weekly Torah Portion
Upcoming Holiday
Dec. 22 - Dec. 30
Daily Thought
True, our hearts are not in our hands. But our minds are: We can think about whatever we decide to think about. And therein lies our power. The mind rules over the heart—not just as a rider rules over his horse, but in a much more intimate sense. For the mind is the father and the mother, the seed and the womb from which the attitudes of a person are born and then nurtured. The heart does no more than reflect the state of the mind—its turmoil, its resolution, its shallowness or its depth, its coarseness or its maturity. This then must be the focus of the person...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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