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  • Be the LightNovember 30th - December 2nd Learn More.
  • Chabad of Irvine MembershipWe welcome you to join our membership family and enjoy being part of our wonderful community! Details Here.
  • CHAI TOTS PRESCHOOLChai Tots preschool offers warm individual care for our preschool children. We have three classes for children ages 18mo-3 years, 3-4 years and 4-5 years old. We pride ourselves on a loving, warm environment which makes children feel that they are truly in a home away from home. Details here.
  • Hebrew SchoolEducate your child, educate your generation! Click Here for Details.
  • Kid's ZoneCheck out the "Kids Zone" featuring fascinating and engaging games, activities, stories and more on Jewish holidays and other Jewish topics, geared towards children. Click HERE for more information.
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Chabad of Irvine has served the Jewish community in South Orange County since 1979. The center was founded by a handful of families who were searching for traditional Jewish affiliation, in the living room of the Rabbi. We now serve the Jewish community from our current center with a Synagogue, Hebrew School, and other educational programs, including Adult Education, and Chabad Worldwide Social and Humanitarian outreach programs, to reconnect the Jewish Irvine Community with their roots.
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Learning & Inspiration
  • In a Strange LandThe Torah relates how our forefather Jacob behaved when he dwelled with Laban. Overcoming all the... Read More
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