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Lubavitch of Bucks County,  is founded on the principle that, while people embrace many levels of observance in their personal lives, there should be a place for no labels, and all affiliations. A place where people can develop a sense of community and enhance their own spiritual experiences of Judaism.

Lubavitch of Bucks County has successfully catered to thousands of families from all backgrounds, offering educational programming in an accepting and innovative setting where all feel welcome.  The goal is to create a positive Jewish experience for everyone as they strengthen their ties to the Jewish community. 

Lubavitch of Bucks County
 is a place where everyone is welcome - regardless of affiliation or level of knowledge. Our sole purpose is to create a warm welcoming environment to explore and experience our heritage and Judaism's warm and relavant spirtual inspirations in a non-judgmental and inviting atmosphere.


A place where Jews of all affiliations and synagogues can drop their titles and just explore as members of the Jewish community. A location for Jewish children, teens, adults and families to experience non-synagogue related activities. Our center is that spiritual third space for you.
At Lubavitch of Bucks County we realize that when it comes to spirituality it is NOT "one size fits all." We have therefore created a multifaceted program with various sub organizational departments to cater to the different needs of the many parts which comprise a community.
Meet our Rabbis and Rebbetzins; we are here to assist you.
Discover the philosophy behind Chabad-Lubavitch and what our mission is.
With the Rebbe at its helm, Chabad-Lubavitch has rapidly grown to be a worldwide presence, and all its various activities are stamped with his vision.
Feedback is always appreciated! See what people are saying and submit your own thoughts - we would love to hear about your experience with Chabad Lubavitch of Bucks County.
The 25th anniversary milestone is a fitting time to introduce a new branding language for Lubavitch of Bucks County, a language that will speak about our past and foretell our future.