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Rabbi Eli and Chaya Citron (and baby Leah) are excited to be starting Chabad on Campus SW Portland!

We are a Jewish Student Center serving the Jewish community in the urban Colleges throughout SW Portland, including Portland State University, Oregon Heath and Science University, and Portland Community College. With the main focus being on Lewis and Clark College.

We accept every Jew. Whether you're religious or not affiliated at all, whether you eat a bagel with lox every day, or have never heard of pastrami on rye, we're here for you.

Our goal is to support the Jewish student community by providing opportunities to get in touch with our heritage. Including educational classes, holiday programming, communal experiences, Jewish retreats, and sometimes just being a listening ear. We are your one stop shop for everything Jewish!

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The wisdom of the Torah lives in the future, and from there it speaks to us. There is no such thing as wisdom of the past. Torah’s wisdom preceded the world and is its destiny. With each passing moment, the Torah becomes younger as we come closer to the time when it will break out of its womb and breathe the air of day. Then, only then, will we begin to truly fathom its meaning and depth. Our ancient mothers and fathers, the sages, all those from whom we learn Torah wisdom—they are...
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