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Chabad Lubavitch of Wyoming is dedicated to strengthening the Wyoming Jewish community by promoting Jewish pride, study and celebration.

To serving individuals and families looking for a non-judgmental, accepting, personalized Jewish experience and to establish a warm and traditional community center where everyone is made to feel welcome and comfortable.

To providing for the spiritual & material needs of all Jews living in and visiting Wyoming - regardless of their background or affiliation.
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Learning & Inspiration
  • 18 Short (Authentic) Zohar QuotesThe Zohar is the foundational text of the Kabbalah. Written in Aramaic, it cites the teachings of... Read More
  • The Little Moses in YouIn every Jewish soul there exists a spark of Moses. And in every generation, there is a Moses who... Read More
  • Life Through the Lens of KabbalahThe Rebbe’s father saw kabbalistic significance in every event in his life. Was this a humble... Read More
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Sep. 25 - Sep. 27
Daily Thought
So it will be, on the heels of you listening to these judgments of Mine and doing them…that G‑d will love you, bless you, increase your numbers, bless the fruits of your womb and the fruits of your land, your grain, your wine, and your oil, the offspring of your animals and your wealth of sheep… (Deut. 7:12-13) All mitzvahs can be distributed over a wide spectrum between two poles: There are mitzvahs that we judge to be of practical utility, such as the prohibitions against theft and violence. Torah calls these mishpatim —judgments —because they engage the discretionary judgment of our minds and hearts. And then there are mitzvahs whose reasoning is entirely beyond us, even contradictory to our...