Chabad of Wilmette
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Candle Lighting Times
Wilmette, IL [60091]
Friday, March 27
Light Candles at: 6:53 pm
Shabbat, March 28
Shabbat Ends: 7:54 pm
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Passover
Passover
Festival of Liberation

Passover (Pesach) celebrates the deliverance of the Jewish people from slavery in Egypt. Our Passover megasite has tools, guides, insights, stories, inspiration—and just about everything you need to celebrate Passover. (But bring your own wine.)   More »
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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 ...
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Getting Ready for Passover
Print Our Passover To-Do List
A quick overview of the Passover process, from preparing for Passover and the ...
 
Where’s the Meaning in the Cleaning?
Study Chassidic Teachings
In Depth: When Your Child Will Ask
Wisdom, it turns out, is prototyped not by its answer, but by its question. But what ...
 
Even Deeper: Intimacy in the Place of Otherness
Your Questions
Why Aren’t Potatoes Kitniyot?
I don’t get the whole prohibition of kitniyot. I can’t eat rice or peas because ...
 
Why is the Shabbat before Passover called the “Great Shabbat”?
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How to Search for Chametz
In this first episode, Rabbi Shusterman presents the practical Passover laws and ...
 
Discover How Hand-Made Matzah Is Baked in IsraelFour Sons, One Family
Voices
Nana Ruth, Passover and the Flowers That Kept on Coming
Each time she came for the Seder, I would breathe deeply, wondering why she came back.
 
It’s All Aluminum Foil to Me