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  • Mommy & MeWith Leah Winner

    Music, movement, a simple craft and snacks combine to give you and your child a great time! Parenting tips and discussions!

    Ages: 3-36 months
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  • Kids in The KitchenAt Kids in the Kitchen, children have the opportunity to roll up their sleeves and get some hands-on experience. They will create delicious and fun foods connected to the Jewish holidays. Register Here
  • Garden of MiztvotWhere Children Blossom! Complete Missions & Win Prizes
  • Hebrew SchoolWhere Judaism Comes Alive!

    Aleph Champ - Hebrew language program, cooking, drama, art, Jewish history 7 culture, Bar/Bat Mitzvah preparation, Holiday programs.
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  • Jewish Kids ClubAfter School Program of the Arts

    Monday - Friday | Grades Pre-K - 5
    Chabad Neshama - Seabreeze Jewish Center | 311 Seabreeze
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  • Bat Mitzvah ClubIf you're a Jewish girl aged 11-13, join us at the Bat Mitzvah Club. We're sharing fun crafts and deep conversation plus tips, trips and tricks that can make your Bat Mitzvah power last a lifetime. More Info
  • C-Girls ClubArt, Baking, Activities and Outings While Learning What it Means to be a Jewish Girl. MORE INFO
  • Bar Mitzvah / C-Guys The C guys club meets weekly with an action packed program of learning and fun. MORE INFO
  • CteenCTeen offers programs that bring teens together to embrace their shared faith and give back to their communities and the environment. More Info
About
Chabad Neshama Center is dedicated to strengthening Jewish identity, education and culture in the Russian American Community, and in all interested in ensuring a brighter future for our children. Through our Center Located in Brighton Beach we provide a wide variety of educational, cultural and social services for all – from children and youth through adults and seniors - with a vision for personal fulfillment and universal peace.
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Learning & Inspiration
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Weekly Torah Portion
Upcoming Holiday
Jul. 16 - Aug. 7
Daily Thought
To one whose self is his body, death of the body is death of the self. But for one whose self is his love, awe and faith, there is no death, only a passing. From a state of confinement in the body, he makes the passage to liberation. He continues to work within this world, and even more so than before. The Talmud says that Jacob, our father, never died. Moses, also, never died. Neither did Rabbi Judah the Prince. They were very high souls who were one with Truth in an ultimate bond—and since Truth can never die, neither could they. Yes, in our eyes we see death. A body is buried in the ground, and we must mourn the loss. But this is...
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