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Welcome to The Beit Chaim Meir Chabad Center in Lexington, Massachusetts. We service all of the Suburban North West. At Chabad, every Jew is family. Every Jew is welcome. Jewish Children feel at home.

We provide state-of-the-art youth programs such as our preschool and Hebrew School, as well as our adult education, community, and family services, it's a great place to make and meet new friends. At Chabad, there is no membership. Every Jew belongs.

Our unique approach and unconditional acceptance have created a dynamic and flourishing Jewish community. We are constantly expanding our programs and services. We invite you to join us at any time.

Rabbi Alti & Sarah Bukiet / Rabbi Yisroel & Mali New
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Before the beginning, the Talmud tells, the Creator consulted each of His creations. He asked the lion, “Would you enjoy being a lion?” He asked the worm, "Would you enjoy being a worm?" And only after each thing agreed, only then were they created. The Talmud is not interested in fables. This is its way of telling us that G-d shares His delight with each of His creations. Just as He delights in bringing each of His creations into being, so each creation delights in being just what...
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