Orlando Synagogue Services

Chabad of South Orlando is proud to host a Shul (Synagogue), which has a warm family atmosphere for people to daven / pray.
This is a Shul where the people are truly happy to see you when you come.
This is an Orlando Shul for anyone, regardless their level of observance, knowledge or background. One does not have to be religious, Orthodox, Conservative or Reform to join us at the synagogue, just Jewish!

This is a Shul without pressure. Come and go as you please.
We often say; "We take it to heart when you come, we don't take it to heart, when you don't."

We offer weekday minyan services, Shabbat and Holiday services, and at times even an additional Sefardic Style service at our shul in Orlando.
We have Hebrew English Siddurim (prayer books), and at times read certain prayers in English.

People who have "Yahrtzeit", anniversary of a loved one's passing, are always welcome to come and recite the Kaddish.

There's a palpable warmth at our synagogue services that melts away any embarrassment for those unfamiliar with, or new to, communal prayer. Everyone feels at home. Come feel for yourself the family atmosphere that makes our services such a delightful experience.

Many people worship at Chabad of South Orlando. They come from all sorts of backgrounds, have many different religious affiliations, and function at all levels of Judaic observance. But there is one thing they have in common: they are on a journey of growth - personal, intellectual, emotional, religious. They seek to expand their Jewish horizons, increase their knowledge in areas of Judaism, and for some, to grow in Jewish observance. Warmly, gently, humorously, humbly, but persistently, our Rabbi, Rabbi Konikov, a world class Rabbi and scholar, urges everyone onward and upward, based on the teachings of Chassidism and the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneersohn, that every Jew is precious and important because he is a Jew, and endowed with a G‑dly soul. One more Torah class. Try out a mitzvah. Explore your roots, take one step further on the path of Judaism; tomorrow maybe another. What when how much and how fast is up to you. But take a step forward. As long one lives one must keep on growing.

Please click here for the complete schedule of Minyan times.