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About
The Chabad House Jewish Community Center in Mansfield is dedicated to providing an open door environment for strengthening and enhancing Jewish family life for every Jew regardless of background, philosophy or level of commitment.

Chabad serves individuals and families looking for a non-judgmental, accepting, personalized Jewish experience.

Chabad believes in the right of every Jew to experience the beautiful treasures of our Jewish heritage, regardless of religious background or financial status.

Chabad is committed to provide a wide variety of educational, religious, and social services, according to the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, toward the goal of making our world a fitting dwelling place for G‑d.

Our "Inclusion Policy" includes servicing any person regardless of race, ethnicity, age, religion, gender, gender orientation, identity, expression, national origin, physical or mental ability, genetic information, military status, marital status, medical condition, or any category identified by state or local government in their operations or delivery of service.
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Programs
Synagogue Services

weekly/High Holidays

Adult Education

For the novice or expert

Hebrew School

Engage the children

Holiday Celebrations

around the year

Women's Events

High level learning and schmoozing

Community Services

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Learning & Inspiration
  • The Fire That Does Not BurnIf there was enough oil to last for one day, the miracle of Chanukah was the seven additional days... Read More
  • A Tale of Two Kidneys and an Unlikely FriendshipWhat is the likelihood of an Orthodox woman born
    in Brooklyn donating a kidney to a non-observant...
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  • Were the Maccabees Wrong to Fight? When we kindle our Chanukah candles each year, the light that glows is the spirit of faith and... Read More
Shabbos Candle Lighting
Candle Lighting Times
Mansfield, MA
Weekly Torah Portion
Upcoming Holiday
Nov. 28 - Dec. 6
Daily Thought
Water and oil both represent wisdom. Water represents the wisdom of life in this world, a wisdom that flows from the tallest mountain to the lowest valley, from the highest cloud to the deepest ocean floor. In all things, that wisdom breathes, telling us how to live, how to bring harmony into this world. Oil represents a wisdom that is beyond this world. It is called the hidden wisdom because it is hidden by its very nature, so that it must be squeezed out of its source with great effort. But if it is a wisdom that is beyond this world, why make the effort...
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