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Chabad is Celebrating 37 years serving the Jewish Community in North County Inland, Located in the Poway/ Rancho Bernardo community.

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  • 11 Facts About Antiochus Every Jew Should KnowLearn about the evil king who oppressed the Jews and defiled the Temple in the Chanukah story. Read More
  • Dad Was In Prison, and I Didn't Know If I Was JewishOn the windowsill stood a silver candelabra large enough to hold nine candles and a box of tall... Read More
  • What Can the Hebrew Word for “Humility” Teach You?Proudly Humble Read More
Shabbat & Holidays
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Poway, CA 92064
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Upcoming Holiday
Dec. 7 - Dec. 15
Daily Thought
We all know the power of darkness—it is in the news every day. A thousand times more is the power of light. A busy person stopping to do an act of kindness, a small child reaching up to kiss the mezuzah on the door of her room, a flickering candle for Shabbat or Chanukah—each of these are as bursts of light in the nighttime sky. True, they rarely appear in the daily news. But the darkness of yesterday’s news will pass like the shadows of...