Welcome - Shalom

We are located within the historic Chautauqua Institution and are open during the summer season.

The goal of the Chabad Jewish House of Chautauqua, is to offer the Chautauqua community and the community at large, the opportunity to learn and explore the ancient Jewish Tradition through educational classes and lectures, cultural and social events, and religious services.

Our programs welcome people of all backgrounds and affiliations, in an effort to promote an understanding and appreciation of Judaism in a warm and inclusive atmosphere.

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Daily Classes 

Our discussions will explore the many facets of Judaism including Kabbalah, Talmud, Ethics, Maimoidies, Jewish History and more. Our goal is to make our discussions available to everyone regardless of background and affilitation.

Community Shabbat Dinners

Join us as we celebrate Shabbat with a delicious four course dinner, in a warm Shabbat atmosphere. From the Kiddush to the matzah balls, to the meaningful discussion, inspiring song, and the chance to meet some wonderful new people. This is a Shabbat experience you won't want to miss!

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Shabbat Morning Services

Join our Traditional Shabbat morning service, and you will enjoy a warm and welcoming atmosphere, inspirational experience with intellectually stimulating insights. Followed by a scrumptious Kiddush.

Kosher BBQ & Klezmer Concert

Join Chabad for a Community kosher BBQ and Klezmer concert this summer featuring The Simply Sfad Klezmer Trio and Kosher hotdogs, hamburgers, veggie burgers, knishes, salads, drinks, desserts and more!

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Become a Partner

Yes! I would like to support Jewish continuity and pride.

Please accept my tax-deductible contribution to
Chabad Lubavitch of Chautauqua.

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Challah Baking

Make and braid your own delicious Challah. You will also discover the meaning and significance of many Shabbat foods and rituals.

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