Jewish Done Joyfully – Lubavitch Of Bucks County iPhone App

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In the fall of 1992,  with the guidance of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, of blessed memory, Rabbi Yehuda & Miriam Shemtov were given the opportunity to expand the work of the Philadelphia Lubavitch Center by beginning to serve the spiritual needs of the fast growing Jewish population in the Philadelphia suburbs, focusing first on the Bucks County Community.  Bucks County was a fast growing suburb, attracting thousands and thousands of Jews.

Today Lubavitch of  Bucks County  is  one  of  more  than 2,500 branches of  largest  international  organization involved with Jewish education and outreach programs.

Chabad and Lubavitch are in fact synonomous terms referrring to the same organization.  Embracing the philosophy of the Chabad  Lubavitch Movement,  which originated in the town of Lubavitch in White Russia during the 18th century, Lubavitch’s underlying doctrine is “Ahavat Yisrael” (love for a fellow Jew). Lubavitch recognizes no differences between Jews; its goal is to serve the spiritual and physical needs of each Jew regardless of  affiliation, wherever he or she may be, with understanding and with love.

Lubavitch of Bucks County app will allow you to stay in contact with community. Reach the Rabbi’s and Staff. Find out about great events and services. Find local organizations and businesses that help sponsor Lubavitch of Bucks County.

App features

  • Contact us and get directions to our facilities
  • Keep up with the latest events and services
  • Contact the Rabbis’ with questions
  • Find local people and businesses
  • Get messages on the latest news
  • Get the Rabbis’ News Feeds
  • Send your great photos and more

App: Lubavitch Bucks County by My Restaurant Apps, LLC


Compatible:  iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad
Category:   Lifestyle
Released:   October 22, 2012
Publisher:  My Restaurant Apps
Price:  Free  (get app)

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