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Services in a warm environment. Be a part of it!
The Chabad Shul
Chabad of the West Side offers daily, Shabbat and holiday services at our central location at 166 West 97th Street.
Our bright and spacious Shul allows for a crowd of over 300 to participate in services. On Shabbat and holidays, warm greetings and thoughtful divrei Torah by our Rabbis, invigorating prayers and a delicious kiddush brings locals and visitors back time and again.
Our Youth department offers children's services from ages 2 - 10, and the Parsha Puppet Show is a big hit with parents and kids alike.
Our Shul is a family, and the congregation marks and celebrates our life-cycle events together. Our Chesed committee offers meals and assistance to families after birth and in G-d forbid, times of illness or loss.  Come by and see why Chabad of the West Side is the "Warmest Shul in the West!"
Meet Our Rabbis
Our Rabbis and Rebbetzins work together in Shul, each one contributing their particular brand of wisdom, wit and spirit.
Rabbi Shlomo & Rivkah Kugel, Executive Directors
Rabbi Meir and Sarah Ossey, Co-Directors
Rabbi Yisroel and Esther Miriam Fried, Program Directors 
Rabbi Chayim and Sarah Alevsky, Chabad Family Programs/ Kids Shul  
Rabbi Mendel and Chaya Kugel, Friendship Circle/Boys Shul
The Chabad Shul Weekly Schedule
The Chabad Shul's Schedule is posted weekly here in the site and also emailed to a mailing list.
Email us to be enrolled in our weekly email. Find out about upcoming events, view pictures of past events, learn something about the Parsha and get our weekly schedule in your inbox.
Upcoming events
Mar. 23, 2018
Weekly Shabbat Dinners at Chabad - Begins one hour and 15 minutes after candle lighting.
Apr. 13, 2018
Weekly Shabbat Dinners at Chabad - Begins one hour and 15 minutes after candle lighting.
To serve the Lord your G-d with all your heart" [Deuteronomy 11.13].
What is a service with the heart? It is prayer.