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Our organization always appreciates the generosity and involvement of people like you, with every contribution going towards making Ahaves Chinam an even better Organization that furthers the Message of Moshiach. How would your donation be used? Currently, the following areas of need that you would be contributing to...

- Helping us be able to fund the community we are building (and your can join if in the area) with things such as what we need such as a library  of resources for students of our Rebbe, holidays observances, shabbos table meals, etc. 

- Supporting Torah learning and discipleship program of our rebbe, etc. 

Current Classes via Zoom

All times listed are CST time (Chicago) ​

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  • Mishnah Berurah class - Sunday 4-6pm

  • Niddah Class for Women - Tuesday 9pm-10pm

  • Weekly Torah class with Rashi  - Thursday 7:30pm-9:30pm 

Get Involved: Service

We are looking for 2-4 Orthodox Messianic families to join our community to assist in setting it up. We are currently looking for those who would be interested in joining our community in Chicago. You might be interested if...

1) You desire to know what it means to be a disciple of Yeshua our Master and Rebbe. 

2) You desire to understand the Torah and the Scripture within the framework of traditional Jewish understanding.

3) You are searching for a place to belong, grow in your faith, or are simply searching for the truth. If you feel alone and desire to learn...please contact us. 

  • Does Ahavas Chinam have a Rabbi?
    We currently do not have a rabbi as we hold that to hold that title, one should have a proper orthodox smicha. We do teach from orthodox sources and have rabbis who we can suggest for you to get in touch with.
  • Can Ahavas Chinam do conversions?
    No, we cannot perform conversions. If you are interested in converting, we have a rabbi we can put you in touch with but only for those that have moved here and have shown that they are willing to be orthodox in observance.
  • What is your view of the Oral Torah?
    We hold as traditional orthodox judisam does, that the Oral Torah comes from Moshe, given by HaShem at the time of the written Torah.
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