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Chanukah begins Thursday, December 7

Sunset 4:31 PM  /  Nightfall 5:06 PM

Friday, December 8 ~ 25 Kislev

Please do not assume the Eruv is up.

Call 612-640-ERUV (3788) before Shabbat.


6:45 AM Shacharit followed by coffee and treats!

4:13 PM Candle lighting - Light Chanukah candles before Shabbat candles. Chanukah candles must have sufficient fuel to last for at least 90-minutes. Those eating at shul may choose to light Shabbat candles at shul before sunset, but Chanukah candles should be lit in advance at home.

4:15 PM Mincha, Kabbalat Shabbat, Ma'ariv.

5:30 PM Youth Shabbat Dinner at Shul.


Shabbat, December 9 ~ 26 Kislev


We are delighted to have our shul youth lead us in davening and song this morning!


9:30 AM Davening

(9:52 AM Sof Z'man Shema)

Torah Reading

Parshat Vayeshev - Bereishit 37:1 - 40:23

Chanukah Day 2 - Bemidbar 7:18-23

Haftarah Zechariah 2:14 - 4:7


11:00 AM Mini-Minyan with Orit & Renana

11:00 AM Nitzotzot for Pre-K


Following Services

Chanukah youth presentation

Derasha by Revaya Davis

Kiddush, sponsored by Naomi and Joe Oxman and Michael Younger in honor of the fifth yahrzeit of their mother Sara Younger, z"l; and by Barbara Lang in honor of the yahrzeit of her mother Pesha bat Chaya, z"l; and by Rachel Zilberman in honor of the yahrzeits of her mother, Devora Zilberman, z"l (Devora bat Itzhak v'Rachel) and father-in-law, Max Plisner, z"l (Yechiel Mechel ben Shlomo v'Sima).

12:35 PM Mincha & Women's Mincha


Please observe the mitzvah of Seudah Shlishit at home by sunset, 4:31 PM*


5:20 PM Havdallah

There are different customs whether to recite Havdallah or light Chanukah candles first.  See OU Kosher for more information.

5:35 PM Maariv**


* If one is having bread, one should wash and at least begin the meal by sunset but may continue past sunset.  If one is not having bread, one should finish se'udah shelishit by sunset.


**Please recite "Baruch hamavdil bein kodesh l'chol" (Blessed is the One Who distinguishes between the sacred and mundane) prior to performing any act of melachah, e.g., lighting a havdallah candle or driving to shul for Ma'ariv.

Weekdays   חול 

Sunday, December 10 -

Friday, December 15


Rosh Chodesh Tevet is Tuesday night through Wednesday.


Sunday 8:00 AM
Monday - Friday 6:45 AM

Mincha & Ma'ariv
Sunday 4:15 PM
Monday - Thursday 8:00 PM  Ma'ariv Only
Friday 4:10 PM

Chanukah Candle Lighting

Chanukah begins Thursday night, December 7. There are different customs regarding when to light Chanukah candles. Those who are uncertain of their family custom should light 10 to 25 minutes after sunset (4:31 PM on Thursday, December 7) or wait until nightfall (5:06 PM on Thursday, December 7). Candles should last until 30 minutes after nightfall.


Friday afternoon, December 8, one should light Chanukah candles prior to Shabbat candles and ensure that the Chanukah candles will burn for at least 90 minutes (approximately 30 minutes after nightfall). If one does not have long lasting candles, setting up tea lights or using surplus Shabbat candles is fine. 4:13 PM is candle lighting. The earliest one may light is plag haMincha, 3:36 PM Friday. December 8. Candles must last until 30 minutes after nightfall.

There are halachic limits on some forms of eating and other activities prior to candle lighting. This is meant to elevate the significance and sanctity of the mitzvah. See Peninei Halakha- Zemanim, Chapter 12 for Laws and Practices of Chanukah and section 13 for pre-lighting halachot.



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