Chabad of Harford County is a family oriented, full service Jewish Community Center providing services for any Jew regardless of their background or affiliation. There is no charge to become a member at Chabad although donations are appreciated.

Why? Because many Jewish people in Harford County feel like they are “the only Jew in Harford County” and “the odd one out” a few parents said “I was the one who brought Hanukkah Dreidels to the class and told them that we celebrate Hanukkah not Christmas. There are Jews and non-Jews don’t have access to further education about the Jewish people. Chabad is here to fill those needs in a non-judgmental and warm traditional atmosphere.To do this Chabad has createdA close tight knit community where people feel for one another and are looking out for the welfare of the other community membersA Chabad house which provides resources for parents, spouses, children and neighbors to learn about Jewish traditionsA system to help people experience Spiritual growth and renewal through joining one of our programs and one on one instruction with the rabbi – a subject of their choice at a time of their choosing.Everybody feels at home at Chabad. Our community is comprised of people from across the entire Jewish spectrum. The “ashke-fardic ultra-refo-conserve-dox”. Many people who have a non-Jewish spouse, consider Chabad their spiritual center. Harford Chabad is the home of
The Harford Jewish Academy -The primer resource for Jewish adult education.
The Jewish Women’s Circle of Harford County – Where singles, young Mom’s and women of all ages can be part of a global sisterhood.
The Harford Hebrew School (A.K.A. Religious school or Talmud torah) – where children have fun learning about their heritage.
The Shul of Harford County – Where prayer means connecting to G-d

Chabad also provides resources for life-cycle events, addiction intervention, crisis and marriage counseling and referral services and any need you may have.
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