MINYAN

Daily Minyan:

Depends on how many locals and visitors are on the island. During the month of January, we most likely will have a minyan. If you are visiting with a large group (or even a small one), we will do our best to make the Minyan happen!

 

Friday Night: 

Kabbalat Shabbat 6:30 followed by dinner. 

 

Shabbat morning services:

10:00 - 11:30 AM followed by a delicious buffet Kiddush.

 

For questions about the Minyan, find out the times for weekday Mincha/Marriv or if you need to say Kaddish, please contact the Rabbi.

 

 

KOSHER FOOD

Local Supermarkets carry many basic products with international kosher symbols (bagels, cereals, mayonnaise, chips, canned foods etc.).

The IGA Supermarket has a huge variety of Kosher food. (Located a few minutes from Chabad)

There are no Cholov Yisroel products in the local supermarkets.

 

 

CAN I BRING MY OWN FOOD INTO TURKS & CAICOS?

The quick answer is yes.

If you are considering bringing meat, chicken, dairy products, fish products or any breads and crackers you should have no problem. 

 

 

HOTELS AND TOURIST INFORMATION 

For hotels near Chabad, click here.

For general visitors info, please visit the official Turks & Caicos tourist website for a wealth of local info at visittci.com

 

 

MIKVAH

Currently, there is no mikvah on island. However, should you need to use the mikvah during your stay please contact Mrs. Chaya Berkowitz at Katzchay@gmail.com

For more information about the laws of Mikvah please visit  www.mikvah.org

 

 

IS THERE A JEWISH COMMUNITY IN TURKS & CAICOS? 

Yes! The island is blessed with a small and growing, diverse Jewish community.

 

 

WHO SUPPORTS CHABAD OF TURKS & CAICOS?  

Chabad of Turks & Caicos is supported solely by donations from our friends and visitors. Your support and friendship will ensure the continued success and activities of Chabad of Turks & Caicos - Serving the local Jewish community and tourists from A-Z.

 

 

We look forward to greeting you!

Rabbi Shmulik & Chaya Berkowitz