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Hanukkah 2020 Connected by The Light

Hanukkah is a good time to remember that we are connected as the Jewish people in our mission to bring kedusha, holiness, into the world. One way we do this is by joining together in mitzvot, as we have an opportunity to do through our “Connected by the Light” Hanukkah programming. Another is by praying together and invoking God’s holiness in word, particularly in prayers like the kaddish and the kedusha. Yet a third path towards kedusha comes from studying Torah and Jewish values and expressing them in the way we live our lives.

All three of these paths to marking God’s holiness are available to you at WJC this Hanukkah and always. I hope you will join us for these opportunities and together we will shine the light of kedusha into the darkness.
—Rabbi Arnowitz

CALENDAR AT A GLANCE

Thursday, December 10
5:15pm: Tricky Tim the Magician
7:00pm: Virtual Community Lighting followed by Minyan

Friday, December 11
11:30am: Hanukkah Kahoot
3:00pm: Hanukkah Torah for Tots
3:00pm: Hanukkah Youth Services
4:15pm: Virtual Community Lighting **Programming Change: Join us via Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/681899721
NEW! 6:00pm: Rhythm & Ruach ~ Join us via the WJC Live Stream

Saturday, December 12
5:30pm: Havdalah and Candle Lighting **Programming Change: Join us via Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/335351155
7:00pm: Family Trivia Night with Bill Natbony

Sunday, December 13
3:00pm: Teen Program
5:00pm: Community Lighting at WJC and Gift Bag Giveaway

Monday, December 14
5:30pm: PJ Library Story Time
7:00pm: Virtual Community Lighting followed by Minyan

Tuesday, December 15
9:45am: Torah Talk with Rabbi Dalton
4:00pm: WJC Sisterhood presents Hanukkah Blintzes
7:00pm: Virtual Community Lighting followed by Minyan

Wednesday, December 16
5:15pm: Community Sing-Along with Cantor Goldberg
7:00pm: Virtual Community Lighting followed by Minyan

Thursday, December 17
7:00pm: Virtual Community Lighting followed by Minyan
7:30pm: Song Circle
8:00pm: Torah Study with Rabbi Arnowtiz

 

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