The Fall classes season has begun and many great new classes are available.
This week Behind the Doors of the Bet Din launches. This six-part course is taught by the Atlanta Dayanut Institute Rabbis, who are studying with the goal of becoming Bet Din judges. Classes are Sunday mornings. Register HERE

More classes this week:

  • Monday @ 7:30pm - "I Will Make You the Pride of the World" - Isaiah's vision of Jewish Self-Esteem (Ch. 60-61) - with Rabbi Avi Shlomo
  • [email protected] 7:30pm - The 'Majority Principle' in Financial Matters - Talmud Bava Kama with Rabbi Sender Lustig
  • [email protected] 7:30pm - "Why Does Orthodox Judaism Demand Artificial Emotions?" - (Tanya Ch. 16)
    with Rabbi Avi Shlomo
  • [email protected] 7:30pm - "What's is Bothering Rashi about Abraham's Story?"  with
    Rabbi Yossi New

Thursday Lunch n Learn with Rabbi New at noon has resumed. Nuture your body and soul.  Have a tasty lunch accompanied by a talk about the weekly Torah portion.

Rabbi New's Monday Morning, Women's Tanya class resumes on October 7, 2013 at 10:30am.

A class for women study Kabbalistic ideas as applied to life and its challenges.

Register HERE for all Adult Education Classes

Atlanta - Chabad is reaching out in a  bIg, big way to the thousands of Jews living in Metro-Atlanta. Fewer than 50% of the Jewish community is affiliated with any synagogue, so Chabad is inviting all Jews to attend High Holiday services at the 14 locations in Georgia with a 60-foot billboard off of I-85.

“The billboard serves several purposes” says Rabbi Yossi New, Director of Chabad of Georgia. “First, it creates awareness that the holidays are approaching. Second, it gives

Jewish people the opportunity to take pride in their religion. And third, it offers an open-door invitation to any Jewish person who wishes to participate in High Holiday services and hear the shofar blown ‘without any strings attached.’”

This is not the first billboard Chabad of Georgia has put up. The organization sponsored a Chanukah billboard in December, wishing everyone a happy Chanukah.

Rabbi Isser New, Chabad of Georgia Associate Director says, “We hope to do these kinds of billboards more often in the future. We love to draw people’s attention in such an exciting way.”

You can view the High Holidays billboard from I-85, heading north from downtown toward the  Monroe Drive exit.



We're finalizing the plaza and you could be a part of Chabad Beth Tefillah history.

Buy a brick for the plaza and customize it with your family name or business.
It will live on for generations to see!

Motivated by a profound love for every Jew and spurred by a boundless optimism, Chabad sets into motion a dazzling array of programs and services to serve Jews from all walks of life.