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You Prayed.... You Fasted.... It's Time to Dance!

Dancin With The Torah's

Join Chabad of Lafayette Hill For the Annual Simchat Torah celebration,
as we celebrate the Torah and the eternity of the Jewish people!

Funky Flags for All - Holy Torahs - Rockin’ Hakafot - Major Dancing -
Awesome Elaborate Buffet Dinner - Children's Hakafah - Loads of Jewish Fun!

Bring yourself, your family and all your friends for pure unadulterated joy as we dance with our children and our friends, with all our heart and soul! 

Thursday, Oct 21st, 6:45 PM 
at the Green Valley Country Club
201 Ridge Pike Lafayette Hill, PA
 

There's no celebration like SIMCHAT TORAH AT CHABAD!
The celebration that unites Jews from all walks of life!

No Charge, all are welcome!

Full Holiday Schedule!

 

Sunday, Oct. 20th,  5:56pm Candle Lighting
                                    6:30pm Evening Service

 

Monday Oct. 21st,  10:00am Morning Service

                                   11:15am Yizkor Service

                                  12:15pm Kidush & Lunch

 

All Above Services will be held at the Kotlarsky Residence
2048 Spring Mill Rd. Lafayette Hill, PA 19444 

 

Monday, Oct. 21st 6:45pm Grand Simchat Torah Celebration 

                          Candle Lighting After 6:54 pm

Services will be held at the Green Valley Country Club - 201 Ridge Pike, Lafayette Hill, PA

 

To Sponsor, or co-sponsor the Simchat Torah Kiddush Contact the Rabbi 

 

 

Tuesday, Oct. 22nd 10:00am Morning Service

                                  10:30 pm Second Hakafot

                                  11:00 am Special! Complete the the whole Torah!
                                  12:00 pm Celebration continues all day

                                   5:00 pm Couldnt make it in the morning come for a Second Chance to Dance and Finish the Torah 
                              6:52 pm Holiday Ends

 

Services will be held at the Kotlarsky Residence

2048 Spring Mill Rd. Lafayette Hill, PA

 

To Sponsor one of the many elaborate Kidush's or any of our events, Please contact Rabbi@JewishLH.com or call 484-533-7009 

 

Bring the inspiration for the whole year! 

 

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