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  • Hebrew School Options for this Fall in a Safe SettingServing the community with both "Hebrew School at the Park" as well as "Virtual Hebrew School". Click Here for FAQ's
  • Let us Know How We Can HelpWhile our physical facility is closed for most events, we're standing by ready to help. Tune in to our streaming classes. Call/email anytime if you need supplies, support, or just a chat! Our Shabbat Services have resumed with important COVID safety guidelines. In-Person Shabbat Service Guidelines
  • Need a New Mezuzah? Special Campaign for these Challenging Times. Click here to Get A Mezuzah Safely Installed on your Door.
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  • ConnectA New Group for the Women of our Community With Rebbetzin Chana Support. Inspiration. Love See Chana's Latest Posts
  • Chai ClubChabad of Cary is funded 100% by local donations. We have no set membership. Chai Partners are those individuals in the community committed to the financial support of our center. Learn how to join on one of several giving levels. Join here.
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