The Family Shul ~ Where everyone is family!
 בית הכנסת ובית המדרש - חב''ד שול היילנד לייקס ~ For Singles, Couples & Families

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Chabad House (small)Weekday Mornings Daily שחרית Minyan followed by a Continental Breakfast
Sundays-Friday 9:00am (If you are interested in a 7:00am Minyan please reach out)
(We almost always have a Minyan. If you need to do kaddish, please let us know so that we can be 100%)

Weekday Evenings  מנחה מעריב
10 minutes before sundown - See Zmanim Chart  
Fridays it is
 followed by Kidush & סעודת שבת Dinner (Must RSVP)

Shabbat & Holidays
9:30am, Services Followed by סעודת שבת Kidush & Cholent/Lunch. 10:00am on Shabbos Mevarchim & Major Jewish Holidays. 
Mincha 30 minutes before candle lighting time, Class & Seudat Shlishit followed by Maariv, Living Torah Video & Havdala

Shabbat Camp for 3-6 Year Olds - 10:30am - 12pm: prayers, games, parsha, nosh & a fun time with other 3-6 year olds!

To add a name to the Misheberach list click here

Lifecycle Events
For info on Baby Naming, Circumcisions, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, Weddings, Funeral or any lifecycle event click here. For Kaddish recordings click here.

Welcome Home! 2601 NE 211 Terrace - Highland Lakes - 33180 - All services are temporarily taking place in the house directly behind, inside the second construction fence, at 2600 NE 212 Terrace.
(Highland Lakes is just west of Aventura, south of Hallandale & north of Skylake and North Miami Beach)

בית הכנסת חב''ד היילנד לייקס שעל יד אוונטורה / אוונטורא של נורט מיאמי

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We have the latest Minyan in the Highland Lakes & Aventura area!
We are in the midst of forming an additional 6:40am minyan. Please let us know if you would like to join.
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Once upon a time there was a shteeble: An informal place where every Jew was able to walk in and feel comfortable to worship unburdened by any outside issues. The only “strings attached” were those on the talit. The warmth of feeling compensated for the informality of the structure. We have recreated that feeling for community worship in a profound way. Why would a close-knit group of Jews from many walks of life choose to daven in this type of setting?

Imagine being granted the freedom to shed whatever label has been attached to the way you practice your religion. Those who attend our services, descend from a myriad of Jewish backgrounds. They observe Judaism in a multitude of ways, and navigate their individual spiritual pathways at assorted RPMs. Here you are welcomed, in fact encouraged, to ask questions and seek your own truths, and here you are implored to be as nonjudgmental of your neighbor as he or she is of you.

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