“The ways of Chassidus are that all Chassidim are to be like one family, with affection”
– Hayom Yom
As a community of growing young families, Lubavitch of Remsen Village offers wholesome, fun filled events that the entire family can enjoy.
Throughout the year, the community hosts a family event, open to the entire neighborhood, so everyone can experience the joy and inner message of each Yom Tov.
Days of Awe
— Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur Services
For Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, davening is held in large, expansive space with ample room for everyone.
Tefillos, Shofar, and children’s programs are all arranged so that every member can fully experience the mitzvos of the Yomim Nora’im.
— Simchas Beis Hashoeva
Simchas Beis Hashoeva with live music is held for families and children to participate in the joy of Sukkos.
Farbrengens are arranged each night of Sukkos in alternating locations throughout the neighborhood.
Days of Joy
Days of Celebration
— Community Meal and Dancing
Shmini Atzeres & Simchas Torah
On Shmini Atzeres and Simchas Torah a large community meal is hosted in Shul, followed by joyous dancing in honor of the Torah. Pekalach are distributed for all the children to enjoy while they rejoice with the Torah.
— Family Party
The event committee arranges a grand Chanuka party for the community families complete with dinner and entertainment for the kids. Giant Menorah lighting takes place on Remsen Ave, where the entire community participates in the mitzvah of persumei nissah.
Days of Light
Days of Victory
— Megilla Reading and Kids Party
Megilla reading for the entire community is held on the night of Purim. Children hear megilla while watching an entertaining slideshow on the story of Purim.
Megilla Reading is followed by a break-the-fast meal for all families and kids, complete with entertainment for the children.
— Music and Dancing
The community hosts a family event with live music and dancing in honor of Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai’s Yartzeit.
Days of Unity
Days of Connection
— Children's Event
On Shavuos the Shul holds and ice cream party to treat the children who attend Aseres Hadibros. A lavish milchig kiddush is served, following davening.