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One of history's greatest conquerors, Alexander of Macedonia, interacted with the High Preist, Shimon HaTzaddik.
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Who did the Maccabees fight? Did the Rabbis suppress Chanukah? Find out here!
This night is reserved for celebration and (extra) gelt. Here’s the reason why.
Two years post-divorce, I had passed the initial shock and grief stages of my marriage’s dissolution. But I hadn’t yet found the way to infuse my lonely, meaningless existence with a measure of joie de vivre.
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  • What’s Special About the Fifth Night of Chanukah?This night is reserved for celebration and (extra) gelt. Here’s the reason why. Read More
  • You Can Be a “Hillel” MenorahThere are two approaches to Judaism, increasing the good or decreasing the bad. On Chanukah, and... Read More
  • Ephraim and Menasseh, Survive and ThriveLife Lessons From the Parshah - Miketz Read More
More About Us
Jewish residents of the Metrowest: you've come to the right place! The Chabad Center provides resources, activities and events to educate, connect and create an authentic Jewish experience in Boston's Metrowest. We also assist local residents with social services and maintain a welcoming door as directed by Chabad philosophy. The Center strives to be a welcoming space, a beacon of education and a force of positivity.
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