Printed from ChabadBoynton.com
  • The Inside Scoop on the Chevra KadishaIt is considered a sacred duty and a great kindness to be a part of the Chevra Kadisha, and it is... Read More
  • Check Out Our New Kosher Cooking SiteRedesigned from the ground up, this new site offers users
    a chance to explore classic and modern...
    Read More
  • What Does "Vort" Mean?Nothing is simple in Yiddish, and even the simplest vort takes on the most delightful meanings. Read More
  • It’s the Month of Elul: Time to Check Mezuzahs and TefillinPractitioners of an ancient and holy art describe their work Read More
  • Impressions From My Baby’s HospitalizationSharing a hospital room provides a glimpse into the life of fellow sufferers, which helps to put... Read More
The Shul Where Every Jew is Warmly Welcome!

Daily & Weekly Synagogue Service Times

 
Latest Photos
Jewish History
Elul 9, 5778
Jewish History
Laws and Customs
  • Elul Observances

    As the last month of the Jewish year, Elul is traditionaly a time of...

Shabbat & Holidays
Candle Lighting Times
Boynton Beach, FL 33437
Weekly Torah Portion
Upcoming Holiday
Sep. 9 - Sep. 11
Find a Center Near You
Let us help connect you!
Chabad Updates
ERUV IS UP!
Tisha B'av Shabbat
Early Mincha 4PM
Fast begins 8:09 PM
Shabbat Ends 8:51 PM
Maariv 9 PM, Followed by Eicha
Shachrit 8 AM
Followed by Kinot No Tallis/Teffilin
2 PM Community Presentation
by, Susan & Eugene Kornhaber
7:30 PM - Mincha with Tallis/Teffilin
8:15 Maariv, 8:40 Fast Ends














































































































































































































































































Sample Title
Weekly Magazine
Nothing is simple in Yiddish, and even the simplest vort takes on the most delightful meanings.
It is considered a sacred duty and a great kindness to be a part of the Chevra Kadisha, and it is an honor to be included in this group of dedicated volunteers.
Torah doesn’t permit us to have whatever we want just because we want it.
I was sure that my future would not hold the religious beliefs I had grown up with. To me, the rules and guidelines I was forced to keep in school were all that was keeping me religious.
Sharing a hospital room provides a glimpse into the life of fellow sufferers, which helps to put the trials and tribulations of life into perspective.
Read more »