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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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  • The Tzaddik of Leningrad Looks Back 30 Years After the Fall of the USSRYitzchak Kogan spent 14 years waiting for a Soviet exit visa. Then the Rebbe sent him back Read More
  • Have I Turned Into My Mother?More than children learn from texts, they learn from living examples of what they see. Read More
  • Watching Your Teen Sober Up Is Painful!When the law was laid down clearly and unequivocally, she even started appreciating it. Read More
  • The Moment That Changed My LifeChief Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks describes how meeting the Rebbe as a young university student... Read More
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At Sinai, we declared, “We will do and we will understand!” Angels descended from heaven and placed two crowns upon our heads.One crown for “We will do.” The other for “We will understand.”But that’s puzzling. We were wise to accept the Torah even before we understood, to preface “we will do” to “we will understand.” Because we knew well the One who was giving us this Torah. That gives us one crown. And the other?The other is the crown to...
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