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Chabad on Campus is the meeting place where young adults from the Netherlands’ Jewish community meet, relationships develop and friendships for life are formed.

What is Chabad on Campus?

Chabad on Campus at the Zuidas in Amsterdam offers you a home away from home, whether you are non-practicing, somewhat observant or completely traditionally Jewish.

Everyone is welcome to visit us. Students, young professionals and expats know where to find us. You are also welcome to come and have a look. Whether you're looking for a sympathetic ear, simply need a place to relax, or want to broaden your religious knowledge, our door is always open for you.

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Upcoming activities

Chabad on Campus is buzzing with energy! In addition to synagogue services and our cozy Shabbat dinners, Jewish holidays also receive the attention they deserve. Chabad on Campus has a lot to offer in the social and cultural field as well. Consider meetings in the field of career coaching, Jewish lessons for children, or Ivrit lessons. Young or slightly older, there are worthwhile activities for everyone.

Shabbat Dinner Friday, September 30

Enjoy dinner, wine and kiddush with both nice international and Dutch students and Young Professionals in Amsterdam Zuid!

Sunday Morning Jewish School for Children 2 October

Sunday Morning Jewish School for Kids

Yom Kippur October 4: Pre-Fast Meal and Kol Nidrei Service

Together, we usher in the holiest day of the year with a pre-fasting meal and Kol Nidre shul service.

Yom Kippur October 5: Mincha, Ne’ilah, and Post-Fast Meal

Come together to conclude the holiest day of the year with the Mincha, Ne’ila, Havdala and a post-Fast meal.

Shabbat Dinner Friday, October 21

Enjoy dinner, wine and kiddush with both nice international and Dutch students and Young Professionals in Amsterdam Zuid!

Jewish Learning Circle Tuesday, October 25

Join our Jewish Learning Circle for discussion and dialogue on socially relevant topics related to Judaism!

Blogs by ourcommunity

Chabad

Isabel in the Spotlight: Chabad From New Jersey to Amsterdam, and Personal Development in the Netherlands #32

Isabel discusses the differences between Chabad in New Jersey and Amsterdam, why she chose to explore her Dutch roots in Amsterdam, and how her experiences in the Netherlands were crucial for her personal development.

Pictures Rosh Hashanah Dinner 5783 -2022

Photo Gallery Rosh Hashana 5783 – 2022, Amsterdam – Chabad on Campus – Netherlands
higher calling

Twists and turns – “Higher Calling” in Life

Bianka explores the difficult lives of three very successful people: Hardships lead to self-development, and the more difficult a life is, ithe higher someone’s calling!

Letitia in the Spotlight: London, Fashion Management, and the Importance of Chabad #31

Letitia elaborates on her childhood in London, moving to Nottingham to study Fashion Management, and her year in the Netherlands. Moreover, she stresses the importance of Chabad when you are far from home.
Politicize

Be Careful Not to Politicize

Jonathan warns us not to politicize the a-political, as part of considering how to conduct discussions. Doing so benefits our communities and our personal development.
Adaya

Adaya in de Spotlight: Rechten, uitwisseling naar Toronto en Chabad

Adaya vertelt over opgroeien in de Joodse bubbel, rechten studeren, naar het buitenland gaan naar Toronto en de rol van Chabad!
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Donations

Chabad on Campus is made possible by donations from institutions and individuals. Your gift helps us to support the future of the Jewish community in the Netherlands. Thank you very much!

Stichting Chabad on Campus has an ANBI status, which means that donations are tax deductible in most cases.

Nieuwsbrief

Meld je aan en ontvang het laatste nieuws en over Chabad on Campus en opkomende evenementen.

Contact

Gustav Mahlerplein 2 Amsterdam, 1082MA Netherlands

020-341-7398
info@chabadoncampus.nl

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This online platform has been made possible in part by Stichting Collectieve Maror-Gelden Nederland