Chabad of Huntington 464 Old Country Rd, Melville, NY11747 Chabad of Huntington is one of New York's most unorthodox Orthodox synagogues, serving all segments of the…More Jewish community. In keeping with the philosophy of the Chabad-Lubavitch approach of joy, scholarship and unconditional acceptance, Chabad is a center for Jews of all backgrounds who want to learn more about their Jewish roots. Everyone is welcome, regardless of their personal level of religious observance. Chabad offers a wide variety of educational and spiritual opportunities, including Torah classes and lectures, Shabbat dinners and an array of family and social activities. It also offers a complete Hebrew school program for children ages 6 to 13, and full bar and bat mitzvah training without a required synagogue membership.
Rabbi Avraham Lehr said, "Everyone is welcome at the Chai Center, regardless of one's level of religious…More observance. The philosophy is in keeping with the Chabad-Lubavitch approach of joy, scholarship and unconditional acceptance and love of every Jew."
No membership is required. The Rabbi said that at the average shabbat service, 100 people will attend. But at a High Holy Day service, for example, the temple will be packed to capacity with 600 people. You don't need to pay for a ticket to attend a High Holy Day service, like you do at most temples.
Love of Learning Montessori School has two locations: One in Dix Hills and one in Centerport.
The Dix Hills…More Campus is held at the St. Lawrence of Canterbury Church.
Anyone who is interested in finding or starting a Montessori school should be aware of the fact that the word Montessori, is not patented and anyone can use it. Thus, the use of the word Montessori is no assurance of quality. If you want to enroll your child in a Montessori school it is important that you learn what a Montessori school should be like and then observe children working in the school you are considering.