Tefillin Bank - Chabad at University of Washington

Tefillin Bank

What Are Tefillin?

Tefillin are a pair of black leather boxes containing Hebrew parchment scrolls. A set includes two—one for the head and one for the arm. Each consists of three main components: the scrolls, the box and the strap.

The Torah commands Jewish men to bind tefillin onto their head and upper arm every weekday, in fulfillment of the verse (Deut. 6:8), “You shall bind them as a sign upon your hand, and they shall be for a reminder between your eyes.” (More on what this means below.)

Tefillin is an incredibly powerful mitzvah. The experience of putting on tefillin has changed many people’s lives.

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How do I get a pair?

For a limited time, we have  Tefillin available for FREE! Email Rabbi Mendel - Rabbi@JewishUW.com to get yours today! 

 

The fine print. This offer is for UW college students only. The Tefillin should be treated with appropriate respect. This offer requires a minimum commitment to wear Tefillin once a week. 

Limited quantity available.

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