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IBAN: NL50ABNA0596801084
NAME: Vrienden Joodse Gemeenschap Utrecht.


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Chabad Utrecht

Chabad Utrecht has been serving the Jewish Community of Utrecht since 1987 and reaches out to others in the Netherlands as well.

We provide Torah and Hebrew classes for children and adults, Shabbat and Holiday meals and celebrations, pastoral, social and financial assistance, care and support in any possible way. Dutch and International Jewish Students of Utrecht, immigrants and locals enjoy a wide array of interesting programs and eat their Shabbat and holiday meals with the Heintz family. Every year, thanks to the help of many volunteers, Chanukah becomes a major event in the city center of Utrecht.

War memorial Utrecht

Too much happened in Utrecht during the Second World War. The nazi’s reopened the old unused Maliebaan trainstation in order to deport the Jews to Camp Westerbork and from there to the extermination and concentration camps such as Auschwitz. In 2015, a memorial was erected in front of the former station on the Johan van Oldenbarneveltlaan for the 1239 Jewish victims of the city of Utrecht. Rabbi and Rebbeztin Heintz were instrumental in the creation and dedication of this monument.

Both also regularly provide information to groups of people who are interested in its history and how Chabad Utrecht infused new Jewish life in Utrecht over the ashes of the second world war:


Lezing bij Joods oorlogsmonument Utrecht


Even voorstellen

Samen al meer dan 30 jaar in Utrecht aan het werk: rabbijn & rebbeztin Heintz! Lees meer..

Vrienden Joods Utrecht

🕯️🕯️ Shabaton Utrecht🍷🥖

🎥 Masterclass Joods Monument

Op deze bijzondere locatie in Utrecht vertelt Bracha Heintz over de Joodse geschiedenis van Utrecht en blies Rabbijn Heintz op de sjofar. Bekijk ook de bijdragen van Wim Rietkerk en kunstenaar Amiran Djanashvili. Meer foto’s hier.