When we pray at the Shul, we call it "Davening", a blend of prayer, son study, and story. The Shul at Chabad holds traditional service on Shabbat and Holidays and several mornings during the week. The Shul is a beautiful place to celebrate Bar/Bat Mitzvahs and other life cycle events. Prayers are in Hebrew with some English sipplements. Whats stands out at The Shul are the tunes, the spirit and soul of prayer. Even those who don't read Hebrew are inspired by the Chassidic melodies and quikly hum along.
At The Shul at Chabad, men and women are separated with a "Mechitza" a row of trees that dived the genders. The "Mechistza" is used during prayer to facilitate the kind of intense emotional experience that prayer should bring. Men and women are giventhe space they both need to express their spiritual selves without distraction. Children are free to sit on either side and families can be together for study sessions, meals and other celebrations.