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About
Chabad of Huntsville and North Alabama is committed to the themes on which the Chabad movement is based: a love for G-d, a love for Torah, and a love for the Jewish people. Chabad welcomes every Jew into an inviting and non-judgmental environment in which to experience our heritage. Through Torah learning classes, Holiday programs, weekly Shabbat meals, and more, people of North Alabama will be constantly enriched with the beauty of Judaism.
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Learning & Inspiration
  • The Kabbalah of Text-To-Image AIChabad.org examines the newest technology in art and illustration Read More
  • Life on the EdgeWhen a person is involved in Torah study, he need not be cautioned to avoid unholy preoccupations... Read More
  • Finland’s New Chabad Center in Downtown Helsinki Builds on Storied HistoryFamily and communal history woven together at opening of Rohr Chabad Center and Jewish museum Read More
  • My Husband’s Anxiety Was Giving Me AnxietyI claimed that I wanted my husband to heal for his sake. But the truth was that I was terrified. Read More
  • What Is the Difference Between Love and Respect?Love fills space. Respect creates space. Read More
  • Honoring the Victims of the Surfside Building Collapse One Year LaterRemembering those whose lives were lost Read More
Shabbat & Holidays
Candle Lighting Times
Huntsville, AL 35801
Weekly Torah Portion
Upcoming Holiday
Jul. 16 - Aug. 7
Daily Quote
In material matters one should always look at he whose situation is lower than one's own, and thank the good G-d for His kindness to him. In spiritual matters one should always look at he who is higher than oneself, and plead with G-d to grant him the intelligence to learn from the other, and the ability and strength to rise higher.
Hayom Yom, Cheshvan 24
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