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One of the 14 Chabad centers in Houston, The Heights Chabad was founded on the principle that, while Jews embrace many levels of observance in their personal lives, there should be a place for all Jews - no labels, no affiliations - to develop a sense of community, to enhance the experience of being Jewish, to learn and to have fun.

Chabad is just that place. By focusing on the individual's relationship to Judaism, Chabad appeals to all segments of the Jewish community. By offering a wide range of activities for adults, children and the whole family, Chabad follows many paths to enrich Jewish life in our community. And by bringing many different ideas together, Chabad can help you find The Jewish Community in your heart.
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  • Why No Talking After Washing for Bread?To understand why, we first need to examine why we wash our hands in the
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Daily Thought
“They are stronger than us.” —The spies. “They meant to say that the people of the land are stronger than G‑d. So to speak, the homeowner can’t remove his own belongings from his home.”—Talmud, Sota 6b. They saw the miracles in Egypt, they witnessed Pharaoh and his army drowning in the sea. They ate manna from heaven and they heard the mighty voice of G‑d at Mount Sinai. How could they imagine any people or any force in this world to be more powerful than the G‑d who created everything from nothing? But the problem was that...