10 East 8th Street. New York, NY 10003
WELCOME TO CHABAD LOFT'S
NEW KAVANAH SPACE
We are excited to announce the opening of our new center at the former MNDFL Meditation Studio.
This space will be transformed into Chabad Loft’s new Greenwich Village Hub for Spirituality and Creativity and will be called “The Kavanah Space.”
Brand new Shul and home for our Shabbat
and Holiday Dinners and Prayer Services
Learning Center with Daily Classes
Co-Working Space and Lounge
THE CHABAD LOFT SHABBAT EXPERIENCE AT THE KAVANAH SPACE
AN OASIS IN TIME
MAGICAL ENERGY. DELICIOUS FOOD. UPLIFTING WISDOM. GREAT CROWD. EVERY WEEK.
PRE SHABBAT COCKTAIL, LEARN AND DAVEN
The Night begins with a Soulful Torah Parsha Schmooze and L'chaims as we get warmed up for a Great Shabbat.
Followed by a high spirited Kabbalat Shabbat Prayer Service.
Magnifcent Full Course Dinner and Kiddush prepared by our in house Chef.
SHABBAT MORNING SERVICES
We run a guided and interactive Shabbat Prayer services followed by a Community Buffet Kiddush and Gathering
Shabbat Morning Services begin at 10:30 AM
Followed by Kiddish and Farbrengen
JOIN US FOR A THOUGHT PROVOKING
FOUR PART LECTURE SERIES
EXTREMELY RELEVANT FOR OUR TIMES
FOUR TUESDAY EVENINGS
NOV 2- NOV 23 7:00-8:15 PM
Outsmarting Antisemitism takes this dark subject on squarely, with a sense of unabashed optimism, profound faith, and a distinctly Jewish approach.
Through illuminating source texts and captivating case studies, this course considers the the appropriate strategies for overcoming it and by standing tall against antisemitism with positivity and purpose.
WHAT IS CHABAD LOFT ABOUT?
Chabad Loft is based in lower Manhattan, in the Greenwich Village
and Union Square neighborhood.
We strive to provide a joyful, warm, thought-provoking, and personalized approach
to Jewish life and wisdom.
Our vibrant NYC neighborhood setting tends to engage people—local New Yorkers and visitors alike—who may not normally feel welcome in a traditional Jewish environment.
Our atmosphere is welcoming and non-judgmental
but also complemented with an authentic and spiritual Judaism.