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Congregation Chabad

Congregation Chabad, a core part of the Rohr Center for Jewish Life in Bellingham, is a Chabad-style synagogue, one of the 3,000 Chabad centers worldwide. Founded in 2009, Congregation Chabad is a center for congregants of all ages and interests, and we welcome Jews of all backgrounds and affiliations regradless of their religiosity.

Our Mission
Our mission is to create a warm, inviting environment for all age groups that encourages and supports full religious, educational, and social participation of Jews from diverse backgrounds. Congregation Chabad strives to promote a sense of connection among participants and to the greater Jewish community.

Congregation Chabad is committed to enhancing the Jewish life and spirit of all our community members. As a Beit Midrash (House of Study), a Beit Knesset (gathering Place), and a Beit Tefillah (House of Prayer), we work hard to meet the many and varied needs of our diverse community. 

As a community, we pride ourselves on our warmth, our commitment to education, our ability to support one another in times of need, and our love for joyous celebration. For almost 300 years now Chabad-Lubavitch has worked to establish, re-establish and strengthen world Jewry. As the Bellingham Jewish community grows we will continue to focus on the future of our community and facilitate and serve their needs.

Join our Congregation and feel a part of the community!

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Upcoming events
Dec. 17, 2017
Spinning dreidels, customized donuts, chocolate from scratch. You're invited to partake in all of this and more at our annual Chanukah Party!
Dec. 18, 2017
Publicize the miracle of Chanukah with us as we light the big Menorah at Cascade Mall! Enjoy donuts, latkes, a craft, and the warm Chanukah spirit!
Dec. 22, 2017
Dec. 27, 2017
Explore the Chumash through the eyes of Rashi (Rabbi Shlomo Yitzchaki)