Chabad at Dartmouth

The Rohr Chabad Center at Dartmouth
19 Allen Street
Hanover, NH 03755

Rabbi Moshe Gray
P: 603-643-9821

Rabbi: Moshe Leib Gray,

Chabad is a Jewish movement with a bold vision and a simple philosophy. The vision is to bring Judaism to every single Jew on earth, no matter where they dwell. The philosophy is to be inclusive of all Jews, regardless of their background. With over 4,000 emissaries around the globe and over 80 branches on U.S. college campuses, Chabad is the largest Jewish outreach organization in the world today.

Chabad at Dartmouth opened its doors in the fall of 2003 with social, educational, recreational and religious programming for students and faculty. Since opening, we have become a meeting ground for conversation that highlights and complements the diversity at Dartmouth College.  Chabad is a home where all Jews are welcome no matter what affiliation, denomination or sexual orientation. We give you the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding and appreciation of your Jewish heritage. Most importantly, Chabad is a place where being Jewish is fun.

Chabad at Dartmouth is a division of Lubavitch of New Hampshire, under the direction of Rabbi Levi and Shternie Krinsky