Lubavitch of Bucks County has become synonymous with outstanding holiday, children and educational programming over the last 24 years. Our programs are all open to the public with no membership requirement. They are attended by the entire spectrum of the Bucks County Jewish community, affiliated and unaffiliated alike.
We invite you to join us at one of our programs, have a meaningful taste of Judaism and deepen your Jewish experience and feeling. We look forward to meeting you!
A monthly get‐together for Jewish physicians and health care professionals in Bucks County to mingle over a delicious breakfast and begin their day with a fresh look at Jewish medical ethics and wisdom.
Using the seminal document of the Tanya as our text, we explore and solve the dilemmas of life by arriving at the root causes of its struggles. It helps us understand ourselves and to explore our spiritual life.
Wednesdays | Session IV: Feb. 8, 15, 22, March 1 | 7:45pm | The Shul at Yardley
The Torah Studies program brings you the tradition of classical Jewish learning in a series of clear and engaging weekly classes. Probing the ideas and issues presented in each week’s Torah portion, the Torah Studies classes offer timely lessons for living – from the most timeless of all texts.
This is a monthly event wherein the children, volunteers and staff come together for special activities. As they drop their children off in capable hands, moms and dads get to enjoy some free time to themselves.
Around her dining room table, join women who receive inspiration and meaning as Rosie shares her heart and spirit. Using the weekly Torah portion and holidays, the discussion focuses on how they are relevant, meaningful and inspiring for our day-to-day living.
Wednesday | March 1 | 11:00am | Home of Rosie Weisntein
This course is about taking to heart life’s simple truths, the ones that empower us to overcome our everyday struggles; not by facing the challenges one by one, but by finding our center and aligning with our inner truth.
The Talmud, the most comprehensive collection of Jewish thought, includes Jewish law, Jewish values, stories and guidance. Using an English translation, we study, discuss and learn from the ancient wisdom of the Talmud.
June 26- July 28! Get ready for the best summer of your life!
Gan Izzy Day Camp enjoys a well-earned reputation as a trend setter with innovative ideas, creative programs, and new activities being introduced continuously. Children have been known to wait all year to come back to Gan Izzy!