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Chabad of Southampton

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<p>Chabad of Southampton welcomes members of all levels of Jewish observance, whether they be reform, conservative or orthodox. There are no membership dues.</p>
<p>Friday evening services begin shortly before sundown. Saturday morning service begin at 9 am, followed by a kiddush. Saturday evening services begin an hour before the end of Shabbat.</p> <p>A Shabbat children's hour is held every Saturday morning from 10:30am to 11:30am, with a service, Parsha reading, games, stories and hands-on activities with prizes.</p> <p>Hebrew school and bar/bat mitzvah instruction is also available.</p> <p>For teenagers, Chabad of Southampton has Hampton Chai Teens. The groups goes on trips, participates in activities within the local community and has intelligent and stimulating discussions on Jewish topics.</p> <p>There are classes for adults in Jewish history, Hebrew and the Torah.</p> <p>On Wednesdays from 10:30 am through 12:30pm, the Hamptons' Jewish Seniors Club meets at Chabab of Southampton, led by Rabbi Avrohom Chassan.</p> <p>In the summer, also on Wednesdays, there are Mommy & Me classes for mothers and their children aged 18 months through two and half years.</p> <p>The rabbi is Rafe Konikov.</p> <p>Chabad of Southampton is associated with <a href="http://www.campganisraelsouthampton.com">Camp Gan Israel of Southampton</a>, a Jewish camp that is situated at Southampton Montessori School and the Stony Brook Southampton campus.</p>
214 Hill St, Southampton, NY 11968
(631) 287-2249
  • Fax: 631-287-9395
  • Accessibility Details: Wheelcahir ramp to entrance
  • Hours: Call for more information.
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