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Candle Lighting Times
Vacaville, CA [95688]
Friday, November 28
Light Candles at: 4:30 pm
Shabbat, November 29
Shabbat Ends: 5:31 pm
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Shabbat
Monthly Services and Community Dinners with Chabad turn Friday nights and Saturdays into “Shabbat”.
Holidays
Chabad offers a wide array of programs, events and services for every Holiday on the Jewish Calendar.
Adult Education
The cornerstone of Chabad-Lubavitch philosophy is its focus in education and study for men, women and children, regardless of affiliaton or ...
Women's Circle
The JWC is a vibrant, ever-growing group designed for the contemporary Jewish woman. It provides innovative and enriching events including a variety ...
Youth
Chabad Youth programs are committed to providing the highest quality range of services and programs to all Jewish youth in Solano County.
Parshah
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First Person
My Journey from Kuwaiti Arab to Jerusalemite Jew
It was only yesterday that I wore a white dish-dasha, and now I sport a ...
 
‘I Was Part of Chabad’s Underground in the Soviet Union’
Mourning in Har Nof
Will the War on Terror Ever End?
But there was another martyr in this attack, an Israeli policeman by the name of Zidan ...
 
The View from Har NofThe Har Nof Synagogue Massacre
Your Questions
Where Can I Apply to Become a Chabad Emissary?
Of the hundreds of e-mails we receive every day at Chabad.org, many are from ...
 
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Miri Meets the Transport Angels
Miri gets a hi-tech lesson on “How Do Prayers Work?” We’re still waiting for the app.
 
The Unsung Heroes of the Chabad Underground in the Soviet UnionThe Significance of Tefillah
Women
From Dutch Theater to Challah Workshops
Smadar Morag used to try hard to hide her Judaism, which she considered a burden . . .
 
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