• Baby Naming

      Integral to the Chabad philosophy is the message that each and every Jew be afforded the opportunity to partake in their Jewish heritage no matter their ability to pay.

      Synagogue members regularly celebrate their simchot of bringing their children into the covenant of Abraham and providing their new princess their Jewish name by the holy Torah.

      Our center extends a special welcome to any Jewish child who, for whatever reason, has not had a bris. A bris ceremony and celebration will be arranged free of charge.

      In addition any Jew, boy, girl, man, or woman is encouraged to contact the rabbi if they have not been given a Hebrew Name. We take special pleasure in being able to name those who do not yet have a Hebrew name at no cost whatsoever.


      Bar or Bat Mitzvah

      Bar or Bat Mitzvah preparation courses can be arranged for any Jewish child, regardless of background or affiliation.  If you have any questions please call our office at  (954) 228-3338,  or email [email protected]
      To learn more about becoming bar & bat mitzvah click here.


      Jewish Wedding

      What makes the Chabad officiated wedding different from all others is the preparation that goes into not just the technical catering, photography and bridesmaids, but just as important is the spiritual preparation. This is tantamount to a couple who are brought under the Divine Chuppah as their launching site to build an everlasting edifice in Israel.

      Both the Rabbi and Rebbetzin spend many hours in this preparation with the groom and bride to make the ceremony not only aesthetically picture perfect but wholesome in its spirituality as well. 

      Arrangements for weddings and all simchot can be made by calling the office at (954)228-3338.

      To learn all about a Jewish Wedding click here


      Loss and Mourning / Funeral Arrangements


      As an unfortunate inseparable cycle of life, we work closely with the Chevra Kadisha in ensuring that the absolute utmost of Halacha and Jewish tradition is carried out in each case of death.

      If you’re in the need of help at this difficult time or to make pre-need arrangements which are both a segulah, good omen, and much more cost efficient please call the office and speak to the Rabbi for exact direction.

      For a a comprehensive resource treating the sensitive topic of Loss and Mourning, please click here.

      To learn more about our new cemetery section click here 

      Arrangements for a funeral can be made by calling the office at (954)228-3338.