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When Chabad of Waukesha opened its doors in 2012, it joined over 3500 independently run centers that are dedicated to carrying out the Rebbe's legacy. From Shanghai to Kishinev, from Alaska to Zaire, the Rebbe's shluchim (emissaries) and their families continue to realize the Rebbe's foremost objective: to bring the joy and celebration of Judaism to each and every Jew, and thereby to the entire world. Inspired by the Rebbe, Chabad of Waukesha's guiding principles is Ahavas Yisroel, unconditional love for every individual. We are dedicated to providing each and every Jew in Waukesha regardless of background or degree of commitment the opportunity to discover and experience the beauty of our shared heritage in a warm, welcoming and non-judgemental environment.
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A container is defined by its contents: A pitcher of water is water. A crate of apples is apples. A house, too, is defined by what it contains. Fill your house with books of Torah, and your house becomes a Torah. Affix charity boxes to its walls, and your house becomes a wellspring of charity. Bring those who need a warm home to your...
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