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We are the first UK Lubavitch Children’s Centre (LCC) based in Stamford Hill. The LCC is a purpose built, state of the art facility providing culturally sensitive child and adult services in a comfortable, welcoming and multi-lingual environment.The Centre has developed the existing educational, cultural, spiritual and communal provision of the Lubavitch Centre into a one-stop shop of services. Providing for the welfare of babies, children and adults and making sure to meet their needs. LCC is home away from home at the very heart of the Chareidi community.
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The special quality of the Minchah (afternoon) prayer over the Shacharit (morning) and Maariv (evening) prayers is that it comes in the middle of the day, when people are occupied and busy with their personal affairs, yet they interrupt to pray Minchah. So this prayer is especially beloved to G-d.
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