Mission Statement

Motivated by a profound love for all and spurred by boundless optimism, Chabad of Capitol Hill and the Central District is dedicated to building community everyday through a dazzling array of programs and services to serve the spiritual and physical needs of all Jews, from all walks of life, with unconditional love and acceptance.



 "I hadn't set foot in Shul for three decades when I felt something pulling me back. It wasn't easy to find a place in Seattle that was both welcoming and comfortable until I called Chabad of Capitol Hill and the Central District. It was an immediate fit and the kind of community that welcomed me warmly and immediately. We're so lucky to have Chabad here." Seth Hemond

Moving to Seattle I barely knew anyone, let alone anywhere to go for Jewish services. After a quick internet search I found Chabad Capitol Hill and I’ve been engaged ever since. From giving me a mezuzah for my apartment to hosting Shabbat Services, I can alway rely on Rabbi Levi for good eats, good times, and good Jewish learning's - Jonah B 

"Chabad of Capitol Hill is truly a gift to the neighborhood. Rabbi Levi and Rivka are incredibly welcoming, warm and genuine. The Capitol Hill Chabad events and activities ranging from challah baking, Shabbat dinners, holiday celebration, and worship are meaningful, fun and community building. Thank you, Rabbi Levi and Rivka for enriching Capitol Hill, the CD and beyond.-- Caryn and Phil Gold" 

"The most wonderful experiences with great people and truly enlightened leadership. " Miriam Moses 

   "Chabad of Capitol Hill has provided my wife and I with a deeper connection to the Jewish community in Seattle. We have found a wonderful groupof Jewish individuals and couples with whom we can celebrate Shabbat and holidays. The learning opportunities have helped us grow our knowledge of Torah and ritual Jewish practice.” - Scott and Aviel Selkovits

"I love Chabad of Capitol Hill for creating such a warm and welcoming environment to explore Jewish spirituality and community. At Chabad I meet an interesting and diverse assortment of people and I always feel that we are all valued equally. I learn a lot and I enjoy the incomparable hospitality." Byron schenkman