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For visitors of Raleigh and the Research Triangle or looking to move to the area.....
Do you have a daily minyan?
Yes! We have a daily minyan in the morning and evening. We also have a minyan for all services for Shabbat and the Jewish holidays. Shacharit is at 6:30am on Monday, Thursday and Rosh Chodesh. On Sunday and secular holidays we start at 8am, and the rest of the week at 6:45am. For evening services, times vary according to the time of year. Please call us for the latest davening times.
How can I find kosher food in Raleigh?
We do not have a kosher restaurant or grocery store in Raleigh. Many of the local grocery stores do have a Kosher section. Please be advised, the Chabad Center of Raleigh does not endorse any store listed.
Kosher chicken and cheeses and large selection of kosher items.
Total Wines: 6101 Capital Blvd, Raleigh, NC
Small selection of Kosher wines
Do you have a Mikvah?
Yes, we have a mikvah at the shul for use for Taharat Hamishpacha and for vessels.
To use the mikvah for Taharat Hamishpacha: Appointments must be scheduled in advance, preferably 5 days prior to the day you need it. To arrange a mikvah appointment, please leave a message at the Chabad Center's mikvah line at 919-847-8986919-847-8986919-847-8986919-847-8986 To use the mikvah for vessels: Please call the Chabad Center office tarrange a time to open the mikvah.
Do you have an Eruv
No, we currently do not have an eruv. We are in the
beginning stages of trying to put one up around the
Are there hotel's within walking distance to the Shul?
No, we do not have any hotels closer than 4 miles.