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Chabad of Savannah is dedicated to serving all Jews throughout the Savannah area with Ahavat Yisrael – unconditional love and concern, regardless of background and affiliation. Through our creative programming we aim to foster a deeper sense of pride and appreciation in our Jewish heritage, and advance Jewish knowledge and awareness. Most of all however, we offer Judaism with a smile and a home away from home for everyone who walks through our doors. Our work is not only limited to the spiritual welfare of our brothers and sisters, if you know someone that requires assistance or would benefit from a visit or warm Challah on Friday please let us know.
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Shabbat Dinners

Welcome Shabbat every week with delicious food, joyous spirit and great company

Jewish Education

Torah classes tailor-made for you

Learning & Inspiration
  • What Does the Jewish Last Name Horowitz Mean?Learn the meaning and significance of this famous Jewish surname. Read More
  • Why I Didn’t Come to Your Baby’s BritThe thought of attending caused me so much anxiety that I decided to be kind to myself and give... Read More
  • Nine Ways to Be Like a TreeSince the Torah compares man to “a tree of the field,” we’ve collected nine lessons from the... Read More
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Upcoming Holiday
Jan. 28
Daily Quote
Our sages have said, "Words which come from the heart, enter the heart." It therefore follows that if you have failed to have a positive influence on your fellow, the fault lies not with him or her, but with yourself. Had you truly been sincere, your words would certainly have been effective.
Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak of Lubavitch (Hayom Yom, Iyar 26)
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