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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!


Weekly Program
This weekly program has teenage volunteers spending quality time with children with special needs in the environment that the kids are most comfortable and familiar with -- their own homes. :--)
Most Sundays | 9:30am - 12pm
The Aleph Bet Hebrew School offers a stimulating and friendly environment where children embrace their Jewish roots and acquire a broad knowledge of Judaism through a motivating and challenging venue.
Select Sundays | 1-2:30pm
Sunday Circle is a monthly event where the children, volunteers and staff come together for special activities.
Select Tuesdays Evenings
This program meets once a month and connects young professionals with young adults with special needs.
Shabbat Mornings
An exciting, creative and educational curriculum to enhance the children's Shabbat experience.
Select Tuesdays | 10am
Join a group of women who will be cooking in the kitchen once a month for those in need.
Select Tuesdays | 4:30pm
Local girls prepare for this milestone - learning, having fun & sharing Jewish experiences.
Select Tuesdays | 4:30pm
If you loved the Bat Mitzvah club, TMC is where you can come back for more!
Second & Fourth Fridays of the Month
The Birches |10:30am | 2nd & 4th Fridays
Friends Home and Village | 11:45am | 2nd Fridays
Monthly | The Shul at Yardley
A monthly get‐together for Jewish physicians and health care professionals in Bucks County to mingle over a delicious breakfast.
Session III: Dec. 26, January 2, 9, 16*
Probing the ideas and issues presented in each week’s Torah portion, the Torah Studies classes offer timely lessons for living.
6 Tuesday Evenings | Starting January 9
Do you feel lost in services because you can’t follow along? Do you want to read the Torah in the language it was given?
Tuesday January 9 | 7:30am
Meet other like-minded professionals through networking in a relaxing social and professional setting.
6 Monday Evenings | Starting January 15
Unearth the essence of communication and how to utilize its powers to better ourselves, our relationships, and all of society.
Session III: January 15 ,22, 29 February 5
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 and explore our spiritual life.
Wednesday, January 17 | 7:30 Pm
Lieutenant Commander Laurie Lans weaves stirring stories of her time in war and the fascinating people she met along the way, through humor and humility.
Session III: January 18, 25 February 1, 8
One day a week, give yourself the treat of an advanced Torah study session. Treat yourself and go into work a little bit later. If you’re retired, this is perfect for you.
Wednesday, January 24 | 7:30 Pm
Join us for a discussion on why we so easily slip into it these feelings and tips we can learn to minimize their presence in our life.
Monthly | 11am - 12pm
This course provides multiple entry points so that students at every level of affiliation can explore meaningful ways to enrich their lives with the lessons of Shabbat.
Select Wednesdays | 11am - 12pm
Join women who receive inspiration and meaning as Rosie shares her heart and spirit, using the weekly Torah portion and holidays for meaning in our day-to-day living.
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