Printed from ChabadNorthampton.com
  • How Bad Is Your Worst Desire?The only thing to be done with sinful behavior is to stop it, to repent for it, and never to return... Read More
  • Rabbi Avraham Tzvi Landa, 100, Last Survivor of Chabad Yeshivah in ShanghaiIn the midst of the Holocaust, he was blessed with long life and soldiered on each day since Read More
  • Remember to Say ‘I Love You,’ Before It’s Too Late For survivors of the sudden death of a spouse or family member, they wished they had a chance to... Read More
  • Why is There a Purim Katan (Small Purim)? Read More
  • The Mysterious Life and Death of HurThe story of Hur is one of heroism, tragedy and, ultimately, redemption. Read More
Our Shul

Join us for regular services

 
Donate

Become a partner in our vital work

 
Holiday Programs

Experience each holiday and the meaning behind it.

 
Photo Gallery

View photos of our latest events

 
Lifecycle Events

From birth to death in Jewish tradition and practice

 
Torah & Tea

A Torah study group for women

 
 
Upcoming Events
View more Upcoming Events
Daily Quote
This must be the house of G‑d, and this is the gate of heaven . . .
Jacob, upon waking from his “angels on the ladder” dream on Mount Moriah (Genesis 28:17)

Upcoming Holiday:

Purim

March 20 - 21, 2019

 
Weekly Magazine
Does Jewish law permit organ donation? Learn the background to this complex question in this in-depth article.
Tzitzit is one of the most conspicuous mitzvot observed. What is the purpose of these fringes? What do they signify? Must everyone wear tzitzit?
The story of Hur is one of heroism, tragedy and, ultimately, redemption.
The problem is not just that we make a poor choice in the moment, but when we fail in our goals, we fall into the depressing cycle of the “willpower trap” that keeps us locked in failure.
Read more »