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Chabad of
Southern Nevada

Chabad of Southern Nevada is a major outpost of the worldwide Chabad-Lubavitch organization which promotes Jewish education and outreach all across the globe. Established in 1990 in Rabbi Shea & Dina Harlig’s living room, Chabad of Southern Nevada has since emerged as a dynamic force for Jewish life – with seven thriving centers and 17 Rabbis and Rebbetzins spanning the greater Las Vegas Valley.

Our philosophy remains surprisingly simple: Love every Jew, Accept every Jew, Educate every Jew, Reach out to help every Jew…unconditionally. We open our hearts, our center and all our amazing and unique programs to all, regardless of education and background.


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Weekly Thought

רַק שִׁבְתּוֹ יִתֵּן וְרַפֹּא יְרַפֵּא: (שמות כא:יט)
[If someone injures someone else, the injurer] must pay for [the injured party’s] complete cure. Exodus 21:18
Whenever we are ill, G‑d requires us to seek the help of qualified physicians and follow all of their instructions. Likewise, G‑d has empowered physicians to heal the sick. But whereas doctors are merely encouraged to heal whoever is sick, they are obligated to try to save someone’s life when it is threatened.

Just as there are both life-threatening and non-life-threatening bodily illnesses, so it is with spiritual “illnesses.” Spiritually, a person is in “mortal danger” when his condition has begun to affect his ability or desire to fulfill the Torah’s commandments, since it is through our performance of the commandments that our spiritual vitality flows into us.

The rules pertaining to a physical doctor also apply to a spiritual “doctor” – i.e., anyone who is capable of helping someone who is spiritually “ill.” When someone is suffering from a minor spiritual “ailment,” we are encouraged to offer spiritual assistance. But when someone is in spiritually “mortal danger” – i.e., his fulfillment of G‑d’s commandments is threatened – we are obligated to offer assistance, not allowing any other considerations to get in the way.

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Shabbos Times

Candle Lighting Times

Chabad of Southern Nevada

Light Shabbos Candles:
4:45 PM
- Friday, January 28
Shabbos End:
5:44 PM
- Saturday, January 29

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