Chabad Lubavitch of Radlett is one of more than 2,500 branches of today's largest international organization involved with Jewish education and outreach programs. Embracing the philosophy of the Chabad Lubavitch Movement, which originated in the town of Lubavitch in White Russia during the 18th century, Lubavitch's underlying doctrine is "Ahavat Yisrael" (love for a fellow Jew). Lubavitch recognizes no differences between Jews; its goal is to serve the spiritual and physical needs of each Jew regardless of affiliation, wherever he or she may be, with understanding and with love.
Under the direction of Rabbi Sendy Dubrawsky and his wife Rochel, Lubavitch of Radlett, founded in April 2007 as a branch of Lubavitch of Edgware, established by Rabbi Leivi and Feige Sudak, offers Shabbat & Holiday events, youth programs, adult education courses, community holiday awareness celebrations and hospital and home visitations.
There are no prerequisites for getting involved with Lubavitch. Whether you are affiliated or not, have much Jewish background or none, you are always welcome to try one or all of our programs. We are here to welcome you and we will do our best to help you and your family. Chabad Lubavitch welcomes people of of all ages and at all stages of their Judaism.
After 10 years in Radlett, Bayit opened in October 2017, as an extension and continuation of our activities in the area.
Bayit - from the hebrew word for home - is a gathering space for the community. Mummy and baby groups, JUDA after school classes, teen classes and social events, lunch and learn, ladies' book club, learning events and communal festival celebrations all take place at Bayit, bringing the community together to celebrate the beauty and joy of being Jewish.