"Each person is invaluable and has a direct and powerful ability to bring wholeness and peace to the world."

Bais Bezalel’s approach tends to the well-being of the entire person, physically, intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually.


Our core values include:


Welcoming and Acceptance (Baruch Habbah).

We are inclusive and nonjudgmental, and our programs are open to all Jewish people; as well as specific programming that will assist non-Jews in their spiritual journey. The teachings of Chabad are imbued with Chassidic spirit and joy, and the basic principal that all of G-d’s creations are equally vital-and therefore, equally respected.


Learning (Nigleh and Chassidus).

We are dedicated to Jewish knowledge, enthusiasm, and pride, and we invite all to explore the complex areas of Jewish faith, tradition, and practice in an open-minded and non-judgmental atmosphere. With knowledge, one will have the power to make truly informed decisions about Judaism and the role it should play in one’s life. Each individual is invited to participate, study, and learn. Each individual makes his or her own respective religious lifestyle decisions.


Making a Dwelling Place for Hashem (Dirah Tachtonim).

Central to our philosophy is that the world was created with a great purpose in mind. That purpose is to make a Dirah Tachtonim in order to hasten the Geula; when people will no longer suffer, and there will be no more war. The great Jewish sages teach that we can help bring Moshiach through being a little kinder to one another –from the thoughts we think, to the words we speak, down to the details of our daily actions.


Support of Israel (Eretz Yisroel).

We believe deeply in defending Israel and its right to exist and to flourish.


Faith and Worship (Emunah and Avodah).

We aim to deepen spiritual fulfillment by enhancing a connection with Hashem through davening, learning, Shabbat and Holiday observances, and life-cycle events.


Righteousness (Tzedek).

We believe that as a Kehilla and as individuals, we should all practice righteousness in our interpersonal relationships and in our interactions with society.


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