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Candle Lighting Times
Wilmette, IL [60091]
Friday, October 3
Eve of Yom Kippur
Light Candles at: 6:11 pm
Shabbat, October 4
Yom Kippur
Shabbat/Holiday Ends: 7:09 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 ...
Yom Kippur Toolkit
Yom Kippur Minisite
Virtually everything you need to know about Yom Kippur, the holiest day on the Jewish ...
 
How Is Yom Kippur Observed?A Mother’s Yom Kippur Survival Guide
Yom Kippur Reading
“What to Do with Sinners?”
When G-d consulted a panel of four: a philosopher, a prophet, the Torah and Himself.
 
Uncle Irv
On the Calendar
What Are the Ten Days of Repentance?
During these days, additional prayers are recited, and we are especially careful in ...
 
Women
Rebbetzin Chana Schneerson (1880–1964)
Rebbetzin Chana Schneerson, mother of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. ...
 
What Are the Women’s Special Mitzvahs?Lessons from My Miscarriage
Multimedia
The Secret Shema of Yom Kippur
In our prayers, the verse “Shema Yisrael” is followed by a verse that appears nowhere ...
 
A Chazan Sings: Kol NidreiWhat Are We Doing on Yom Kippur?
Jewish News
As Lenin Statue Comes Tumbling Down, Kharkov Jews Watch and Wait
In a border city split 50-50 between pro-Ukranian and pro-Russian residents, the ...
 
It’s a Wee Jewish Community in Cork That’s Getting a Yom Kippur BoostVolunteers to Spend Their High Holidays in Prison