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We are proud to offer a Kosher-for-Passover meal plan as a service for all students. We will be serving a hot delicious lunch and dinner on the following nights of Passover:

 

Saturday April 23rd:
Lunch: 1:00pm

 
Sunday April 24th:
Lunch: 1.00pm
Dinner: 6.30pm
 
Monday April 25th
Lunch: 12pm
Dinner: 6:30pm
 
Tuesday April 26th
Lunch: 12pm
Dinner: 6:30pm
 
Wednesday April 27th
Lunch: 12pm
Dinner: 6:30pm
 
Thursday April 28th
Lunch: 12pm
Dinner: 8:00
 
Friday April 29th
Lunch: 1:00pm
Dinner:  7:30pm
 
Saturday April 30th
Lunch: 1:00 pm
Dinner (Moshiach feast): 7:30pm 
The Moshiach feast is the conclusion of Pesach festivities. This is a tradition started by the Ba'al Shem Tov, who taught that the last day of Pesach has a special connection with the ultimate redemption through our righteous redeemer. We drink four cups of wine and sing beautiful melodies of the great Chasidic masters.

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Imagine a placeā€¦.

Where students enthusiastically come to study and explore the richness of their heritage. 
Where people come to help or be helped. Where people care. And smile.  And are inspired to live life to the fullest. 

The Center for Jewish Student Life

The Chabad House doors at The University of Minnesota is always open to all. It is a place where students can socialize in a comfortable, home-like setting, with friends, food and discussion. Chabad has created a warm and welcoming Jewish Student Center, where students can explore their Jewish heritage in a nonjudgmental and friendly atmosphere.


Founded on strong personal relationships, Chabad educates and empowers students to live the Joy of Judaism.  We do this with many social activities where students will gain a deeper understanding and appreciation of their heritage, but yet in a fun interactive way. We provide for the spiritual and material needs of every Jewish student - regardless of background or affiliation with unconditional love and concern.

We have begun a bold campaign to turn an old and tired facility into a warm welcoming home. In the five years since our arrival there has been nothing more pressing than the need for a home away from home for the Jewish students at the University of Minnesota. To make this a truly warm home I turn to you and ask you to actually Dedicate a Stone!