A message from Rabbi Yisroel and Rebbetzin Chana

Family05.jpgDear Friend,

As we usher in the Jewish year 5780, it is appropriate for all of us to take a moment to appreciate the many blessings and miracles in our lives. We pray that the coming year be filled with joy and happiness, peace and tranquility, good heath and success, abundant livelihood and continued spiritual growth.

At Chabad of Cary, we can, thank G‑d, look back at a year of tremendous growth. A year in which our Hebrew School continues to grow. A year we moved to a new facility. A year in which so many special occasions were shared as a community. It is our sincere hope that with G‑d's help we will continue to grow from strength to strength.

Our mission continues to be to create a non-judgmental, warm and embracing environment through which Jews of all levels of Jewish observance can experience the richness, depth and beauty of their heritage.

We take this opportunity to urge everyone to participate in High Holidays Services. If you are not affiliated with a synagogue, and are looking for a welcoming community for the High Holidays, we encourage you to join us on Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur. Our doors are open to all: No membership. No tickets. We simply want to provide you with an opportunity to experience a meaningful Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur. We are looking forward to your participation as we pray, sing, and celebrate together.

Shana Tova,

Rabbi Yisroel and Rebbetzin Chana