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Wilmette, IL [60091]
Friday, November 28
Light Candles at: 4:03 pm
Shabbat, November 29
Shabbat Ends: 5:06 pm
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Chabad of Wilmette

 

   
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Hebrew School
Wilmette Community Hebrew School - Where children learn to love Judaism! Families of all backgrounds feel comfortable and welcome.
Bat Mitzvah Club
Instead of getting caught up with the theme, the clothing and the party favors, the Bat Mitzvah Club shows girls why a Bat Mitzvah is much more than a ...
Synagogue
At Chabad we conduct services in a warm and casual atmosphere. Many of those who attend our services do not read Hebrew, yet everyone feels at home. ...
JLI
Torah is a guide to your inner self, which, if studied properly, can illuminate every possible human experience. Join any of our courses or classes ...
Parshah
A Tale of Two Very Different Sisters
They were sisters but also rivals—married to the same man, competing for his affection ...
 
Are the Jewish People Sheeple?Learn the Parshah In Depth with Commentary
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 ...
 
You're Madly in Love
Video
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 . . .
 
The Greatest Gift