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Adult Education

Adult Education

Moses & Maimonides

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One-on-One Study
Chabad provides business people, students and homemakers the opportunity to take some time out of their busy work week - whether at the office at home or even on the go - to study Torah, from the weekly Parsha to the technical intricacies of Jewish Law, the stimulating logical analysis of the Talmud to the spirituality and meaning of Chassidus and the Kabbalah. Whatever the topic, studying one on one with the Rabbi or Rebbetzin is bound to bring some Jewish spirit into your life.

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Weekly Torah Class every Thursday at 8:00 pm

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HOW TO STAY SAFE IN THE WORLD TODAY:

Avoid riding in automobiles because they are responsible for 20% of all fatal accidents.

Do not stay at home because 17 percent of all accidents occur in the home. (that's 37% already)

Avoid walking on streets or sidewalks because 14 percent of all accidents occur to pedestrians.(now that's 51%)

Avoid traveling by air, trains or buses, 16 percent of accidents involve these forms of transportation. (that's 67%)

Of the remaining 33 percent, 32 percent of all deaths occur in hospitals. Above all else avoid hospitals.

You will be pleased to learn that only 0.01% of all deaths occur in a synagogue, and these are usually related to previous physical disorders.

Therefore, logic tells us that the safest place for you to be at any given point in time is in Synagogue.

Studying Torah is even safer. The number of deaths during Studying Torah is too small to register.

For safety's sake, go to Shul as often as possible, and join our class to stay safe.

It could save your life!

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