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Candle Lighting Times
Vacaville, CA [95688]
Friday, July 25
Light Candles at: 8:07 pm
Shabbat, July 26
Shabbat Ends: 9:09 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.
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