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Candle Lighting Times
Wilmette, IL [60091]
Friday, July 25
Light Candles at: 8:00 pm
Shabbat, July 26
Shabbat Ends: 9:05 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 Kabbalist’s Guide to Hieroglyphics
This thing about the Jews “wandering” through the desert is a misconception. They were ...
 
JourneysLeadership at a Time of Crisis
War In Israel
How Does My Mitzvah Help a Soldier in Gaza?
In a single being, locality is secondary. What happens in one part of a living being ...
 
Humor Me Until It’s Over1967 Flashback
Multimedia
Worth the Risk
Rabbi Mordechai Dubinsky readily agreed to host a young couple from Israel who came to ...
 
Tightrope WalkingThe Chassidic Dimension—Massei
Essay
The Value of Doing Business
A human being is a creature that looks at what is and sees the value of what could be. ...
 
Castle or Prison?
Women
“By Accident” Doesn’t Exist in Judaism
Many people on both sides of the ocean come together to bury a Jew whom no one knew.
 
When to Wear a Mask
Jewish News
Fallen Soldier Mourned in Texas Home Town
The Jewish community of South Padre Island, Texas, is mourning the loss of native-born ...
 
A Determined Resolve as Israel Buries Its Fallen Soldiers Amid New Casualties Shared Lots Make Good Neighbors: Synagogue and Mosque Pave the Way