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Proud to be the Jewish Heart of Aruba. We are inspired by a profound love for every Jew and share endless optimism, Chabad of Aruba coordinates programs and services to educate, inspire, and uplift Jews from all walks of life with unconditional love and acceptance. Wether you live on Aruba or visiting our friendly island, you are always welcome to join us for Shabbat, Services, Holidays, Events, Torah learning & More
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  • Calendar CampaignBe a part of a highly visible and affordable marketing opportunity. The full-sized, color calendar will include secular as well as Jewish dates, along with popular artwork and detailed Jewish holiday, Shabbat information, and Chabad programs throughout the year.
  • Mitzvahs & TraditionsShabbat, kosher, mezuzah, tefillin, mikvah . . A selection of websites offering information and guidance on some of the most basic mitzvot. Browse section
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Shabbat & Holidays
Candle Lighting Times
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Weekly Torah Portion
Upcoming Holiday
Mar. 23 - Mar. 24
Daily Quote
It is the manner of a father to have compassion (rachamim), as it is written, "As a father has compassion on children [so does G-d have compassion for those who fear Him]" (Psalms 103:13). It is the manner of a mother to console, as it is written, "As a man whose mother does console him [so shall I console you]" (Isaiah 66:13). Says G-d: I shall do both as father and as mother
Midrash P’sikta d’Rav Kahana