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Chabad of Potomac is a friendly family-oriented synagogue that welcomes Jews from all backgrounds to participate in a variety of spiritual, educational, and entertaining programs.

 
 
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Services Schedule

  • Shabbat morning at 8:15 AM Jewish Mysticism/ Chassidus Class
  • Shabbat morning services 9:00 AM; Most user friendly time 10:45 to 12PM; Great children's program for all ages begins at 10:30AM – noon. Come and try it out! Rabbi’s talk at 11; Services always followed by Kiddush with plenty of Chabad liveliness and great food! To sponsor a kiddush to commemorate a special occasion please click on the Kiddush tab
  • Jewish Holiday Mornings 9 AM; High Holidays 8 AM
  • Weekday mornings at 7:30 AM (INCLUDES Federal Holidays and Chol Hamoed)
  • Sunday Mornings at 8:30 AM
  • Daily Evening service times: Sunday evenings 15 minutes before sunset. 9:00 PM on Weekdays
  • Friday nights 15 minutes before sunset
  • Shabbat afternoons 30 minutes before sunset followed by Shalosh Seudot meal
 
» New & Innovative Children's Program

Announcing.....The all New Chabad of Potomac Children's Shabbat Groups!

Fantastic new programming to keep your children entertained, engaged  and educated while you enjoy services! Newest and coolest prize system, Parsha play, snacks, and lots of fun!

Group 1: Torah Tots: Babies  ages 6 months-4 years

Group 2:  Children ages 5-10

Group 3: Junior Minyan: Boys ages 11 and up

Every Shabbat from  10:30am-11:45am beginning this Shabbat  September 9, 10:30am-11:45am

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Updates
New Childrens program
Led by our children's programming directors!
Upcoming events
May. 26, 2019
Memorial Day
May. 27, 2019
Join Rabbi Yossi Kagan for independent weekly classes that probe into the dpeths of contemporary Torah thought, with a special focus on issues surrounding spirituality, the human psyche, love ...
May. 28, 2019
An intriguing and personal weekly Torah discussion of the practical and the mystical and its contemporary relevance. Hot coffee and freshly baked goodies always served!
May. 29, 2019
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Do you have a birthday, family yartzeit, or special occasion? Why not celebrate it with a Kiddush at the Chabad shul! For more details or to reserve a kiddush click here .