Join the Harvard community as we light up Harvard Yard with our Annual Menorah Lightings at the steps of Widener Library!
December 7 – 14
A LIT Chanukah Party
Saturday Night, December 9
18+ to enter, 21+ for open bar
Rabbi Hirschy Zarchi addresses the Harvard community
Harvard Stands with Israel
1000 Harvard Students and President Claudine Gay, in solidarity with Israel and Harvard’s Jewish Community. Watch here
No Excuse For Terror
Murdering hundreds of children, women, and men in their homes, massacring hundreds of young adults at a party, taking hostages and torturing civilians is the cold-blooded murderous actions of terrorists alone and has no place in humanity. The celebrations in communities around the world in support of these mass murderers, including some members and organizations in the Harvard community, should frighten and disgust every moral person. Please add your voice in condemning the hate against and the mass murder of Jews.
Shabbat with Chabad
Experience the sweetness of Shabbat with great cuisine, spirited conversation, and family warmth.
Full schedule and RSVP here
Weekly Chinese Dinner
Dine with students from every niche of the Harvard campus over delicious Chinese dinner.
Every Tuesday from 6-7PM
There are numerous weekly classes given at Chabad, topics ranging from Jewish ethics, morals, and philosophy, to text-based study whether on the weekly Torah Portion or an in-depth look at the Talmud.
Full class schedule here
A League of Their Own
“It was like a Vegas bar mitzvah,” Atwood says, laughing. “But then all my friends showed up, and I was proud. I felt more connected to my Jewish identity than I did before.” (Keep reading here)
Ensure a Jewish future for tomorrow’s leaders – Support at Harvard Chabad
We look forward to personally welcoming you at Harvard Chabad where you will find warmth, wisdom, and a good time at a home you can call your own! — Rabbi Hirschy and Elkie Zarchi
Screening of the October 7 atrocities presented by Gilad Erdan, Israel’s Ambassador to the United Nations. Monday, December 4 at 6:00 PM at Harvard University, Science Center, Hall C. RSVP and confirmation required.
Insightful and thought-provoking discussions on the weekly Torah portion. Drawing from the wisdom of the classical Biblical commentators and Chassidic Masters, this study group will focus on the modern application of the Torah’s teachings. Zoom in here