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Chabad of Henderson's New Home
You can help make it happen!

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It began in the living room of Rabbi Mendy and Rebbetzin Chaya Harlig's home.  Since then, Chabad of Green Valley/Henderson has grown to a warm and welcoming place for all Jewish people, regardless of affiliation, religious observance or experience.  Our congregation has continued to flourish and thrive, servicing over 350 families in Henderson and beyond.

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It is time to build a new home to match our growing community.  A 1.9 acre parcel on Carnegie St. has been purchased on which to build a Chabad center of our own. Together, we will build this beautiful Jewish community center for hundreds of Henderson families. 

NewView4.pngIn conjunction with the move to our new home, we will be changing our name, simplifying it to Chabad of Henderson.  This change will come with a new logo featured below. 

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The new Chabad Community Center will be able to expand and enhance our existing services and activities for the growing Jewish community in Henderson and beyond.  We will have a pre-school, a social hall, and most importantly, a Mikvah - the first one planned in Henderson.

Our goal is to start building in the first quarter of the new year so that when we start 5778, it will be in our new home.  This is where you come in...

With your help and others in the community, we will be able to make this dream a reality.  If you want to be a part of this great mitzvah, you can donate online or contact the office at 702-617-0770 or via email at info@chabadofgreenvalley.org. 

For information about Dedication and Endowment Opportunities and donating, click the button below:

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When you donate towards the building of this new center of Judaism, you are not only participating in a truly special mitzvah, you are also investing in the future of the Jewish community in Henderson and the surrounding areas. Be a part of this next step in our growth as we continue in our pursuit of enriching the lives of our fellow Jews and welcoming people home. 

This building is a place for our families to gather for the future...

This is our request for you to join us.