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  • Alumni ShabbatIt's time to come together again, relive the moments, and spend a nostalgic Shabbat over your all-time favourite Mussie's dishes. Learn More
  • Mezuzahs for Guelph CampaignJoin the Guelph Mezuzah Campaign and place a Mezuzah on your front door! Learn More
  • CKids & CTeenWe're so excited to be establishing clubs for the youth in our community. Creating more opportunities for Jewish children and teens has been one of the longest and most requested needs of the local Guelph community. Read More
  • Shabbat DinnerJoin us for Shabbat Dinner! Read More
About
With the vision to open the doors of Judaism to all, we have established Chabad of Guelph, where Jews of all backgrounds and degrees of observance can enjoy exploring their heritage in a warm, welcoming and non-judgmental environment.

We serve the students, faculty and staff of the University of Guelph, as well as the local Guelph community, from young children through the golden years.
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Learning & Inspiration
  • My Life With Hearing LossRebbetzin Libbi Kakon has lived with hearing loss her whole life. Learn how she became a mother, lif... Read More
  • The Most Humble of MenMoses—the paradigm of humility Read More
Shabbat & Holidays
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Weekly Torah Portion
Upcoming Holiday
Jul. 23 - Aug. 13
Daily Thought
A college student once asked the Rebbe what is his job. The Rebbe gestured to the ceiling of his room and replied: Do you see that light bulb? It is connected by wires to an electrical generating station that powers the whole of Brooklyn. And that plant is connected to turbo-generators at Niagara Falls that power the whole of New York State and more. Every one of us is a light bulb wired into an infinitely powerful generator. But the room may still be dark, because the connection has yet to be made, and it is hard to find a switch in the dark. The job of a rebbe is to take your hand in that dark room...
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