Under the direction of Rabbi Levi Y. Klein and his wife Rivky, Chabad Lubavitch of Tennessee, founded in mid-1994 offers youth programs, adult education courses, community holiday awareness celebrations and hospital, nursing home and shut-in visitations andmany more community services.
Rabbi Levi & Rivky Klein
Many have experienced traditional Shabbat and Holiday services and meals at the Chabad House. In addition, many have benefited from the Rabbi's counseling. Chabad Lubavitch is fast becoming a "one-stop" address for the many needs of the Memphis Jewish community.
Chabad does not recognize the false labels of Orthodox, Conservative and Reform. "A Jew is a Jew is a Jew - Period." We have gotten too carried away with the adjectives - the noun is universal - Jew. We have one Torah, we are one people, we have one G-d and one land. Chabad endeavors to bring unity among the Jewish community through our common bond of Jewish faith and observance.
There are no prerequisites for getting involved with Chabad 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 serve you and we will do our best to help you and your family. You do not have to be a member at Chabad, you do not even have to agree with everything Chabad says or does - you just have to be Jewish - and you automatically belong.