Chabad of Southern Nevada is one of Nevada’s most unorthodox Orthodox Synagogues – a popular center for Jews of all backgrounds who want to learn more about their Jewish roots. Located on 2 beautiful acres on Arville Street in Las Vegas, Chabad offers a wide variety of educational and spiritual opportunities, including Torah classes and lectures, Shabbaton dinners, and an array of family and social activities. Traditional Jewish values are brought to life in a joyous, non-judgmental atmosphere.
Chabad serves all segments of the Jewish community. Everyone is welcome regardless of their personal level of Jewish religious observance. The philosophy is in keeping with the Chabad-Lubavitch approach of joy, scholarship and unconditional acceptance and love for every Jew.
Chabad is under the spiritual guidance of Rabbi Shea Harlig, a bright, energetic Shliach (emissary) of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, who formed the congregation in 1990. The rabbi’s approach is that Torah must be presented and experienced in a modern, relevant context and made available to each individual on their own level.
The services are traditional, and are conducted in a joyous, casual atmosphere. Children are included and most welcome. Many of those who attend cannot read Hebrew, yet everyone feels at home. The prayer book is bi-lingual and various English readings are included in the service.
An important part of our community are the semi weekly Kiddush Luncheon that follows the Shabbat morning services, where friendships are created and nurtured and we celebrate each other’s happy occasions and anniversaries.
Please allow yourself the opportunity to visit and participate in our vibrant congregation. By becoming a member at Chabad of Southern Nevada you will acquire lifelong friendships, an opportunity for spiritual growth, and most importantly a chance to be a part of your Jewish community. Please feel free to visit us for services or any other program, or just stop in to say hello.
For more information or to arrange a meeting with the Rabbi, please call our office at 702-259-0770 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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