If there is a service you are looking for that does not appear on this list, please don't hesitate to contact us at 609-882-4330 or rabbi@jewishlawrence.com .

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Chabad of Lawrenceville's Crisis Intervention Program offers assistance to local families in need, struggling with the effects of COVID19. Please click HERE to support our relief efforts.



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Looking for a place...

...where prayer will talk to you and you can talk to G‑d?

...Say Kaddish?

Then, consider Young Israel of Lawrenceville. We will provide you with the environment and tools that will finally allow you to make your prayers a meaningful and enjoyable part of your life.

For those wishing to say Kaddish for a loved one, we will provide a private crash course and other tools to assist you in becoming fluent in the recitation of kaddish.

Whether you would like to join us for prayer on the High Holiday, Kabbalat Shabbat, Saturday morning, for Jewish Holidays or for any other occasion, know that Young Israel of Lawrenceville welcomes you.

Kabbalat Shabbat Services - Fridays, 6:30 PM.

Shabbat morning services begin with a Torah class at 9:15 am, Shacharit - 10:00 am.

 To add your name to the Minyan Roster, click here. 

To add the name of a person needing a speedy recovery to the Mi Sheberach list, please send the person's and their mother's Hebrew name to rabbi@jewishlawrence.com.

For a detailed map of the Lawrenceville Eruv Click here. Eruv status: KOSHER.

For a membership application form Click here.

For maps and directions Click here.

Young Israel of Lawrenceville is directed by its board of directors and is independent of Chabad of Lawrenceville.

High Holidays 5781 Click Here.  

Shofar tutorial by Rabbi Goldenberg Click Here 


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The Jewish Women's Circle provides an opportunity for women in the area to meet new friends, socialize, and learn in an informal setting with innovative workshops and creative activities.

Woman’s class – every second Monday at 7:30 pm.

For more information on the Women’s Circle, including upcoming events and programs email dina@jewishlawrence.com.

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Each week, Rabbi & Dina Goldenberg personally deliver freshly baked Challah to different families in the community.

Looking to welcome a new family in town? Know someone who recently had a baby? Or maybe you want to let someone know that you are thinking of them - "just because?"

Send a Shabbos Challah!

You can suggest someone to receive a Shabbos Challah by clicking here.

Be sure to look out for your own braided package of edible Shabbos joy. Because you never know when it will show!

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Chabad of Lawrenceville runs exciting programs for college students throughout the course of the year. To be included in Chabad of Campus' programs and services, join Rabbi Goldenberg on Facebook.

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Know someone who needs a visit? We can cheer them up!

Many of us have friends or family who are either in hospital or a senior home. We know that these individuals could always do with a visit, but unfortunately, we don’t always have the time to go, and when we do it’s hardly enough.

Here’s where Chabad could help.

We will bring cheer and happiness to those who need it most by paying a visit or arranging for a visit to be made on your behalf.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us today at 609-882-4330 or rabbi@jewishlawrence.com.

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Do you need help with checking or placing a Mezuzah?

We are happy to offer assistance and guidance related to all aspects of Mezuzot and Tefillin.

Mezuzot should be checked twice every seven years to see if they have been affected by adverse weather conditions, or by folding (which can cause cracks in the letters), or if any other defect has occurred. It is preferable to check Mezuzot which are on the outside of a building more often, due to their vulnerability to the elements.

To have your Mezuzot or Tefillin checked or for information call 609-882-4330 or email rabbi@jewishlawrence.com.

Bereavement Services Bereavement

King Solomon said, "There is a time for all under the heavens - a time to love, a time to journey, a time to plant, a time to reap, a time to rejoice and a time to mourn."

In a most loving and caring way and with the greatest sensitivity Rabbi Goldenberg will make it his business to offer all the comfort, guidance and bereavement support needed. In addition he will be glad to offer his assistance in preparation, officiating at the funeral, making Shiva services, arranging for the kaddish to be recited, etc.

For assistance or for more information please call: 609-882-4330.

Click here for more on The Jewish Way in Death and Mourning.

Visiting Lawrenceville?

Where to stay?

The Motel 6 hotel is 1.6 miles from the Shul.

For extended stays, Franklin Arms Apartments is located within the Eruv.

Kosher – The Kosher Experience at the Lawrenceville ShopRite located in Mercer Mall.

Daily Minyanim - The Yavneh House at Princeton University. Click here for directions.

Mincha Minyan - Monday through Thursday, from October through March, at 333 Clearfiled Ave. Trenton @ 2:00 PM.