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Dec 1 2015 8:00PM

Journey of the Soul

Dec 1 2015 8:00PM

Kabbalah of the Aleph-Bet

Dec 2 2015 10:00AM

History of the Jews

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Light, Life and Selflessness

By Mendel Rubin
Two pithy lines were repeated by beloved teachers and relived by those who heard them each and every year.

How to Celebrate Your Birthday Twice

By Chana Weisberg

Is Judaism a Cult?

By Aron Moss
I have nothing against religion, but could it be that religious Judaism is a cult? I bumped into an old classmate who has become totally religious. After speaking to her, I felt that she is brainwashed . . .

Why Can’t I Use an Electric Menorah?

By Yehuda Shurpin
I was in a bit of a hurry so I didn’t get into it, but I would still like to know, what is the story with electric menorahs?

Of Kapotehs, Ladders and Crazy, Lit-up Rabbis

By Chana Gittle Deray
After years of watching these and other animated, enthusiastic rabbis, with their interesting and industrious ways of approaching holidays—and every day, for that matter—I have learned that sometimes it’s me who is missing a tune.

An Adult Daughter Muses as She Visits Her Childhood Home

By Batya Schochet Lisker
Was I really returning home, or just to the memories of what once was?

The Dream of Life

By Eli Landes
I surge awake, staring blindly around me for a moment before I recognize my surroundings.

How Joseph Maintained His Serenity

By Rochel Holzkenner
Joseph was in tune with another person’s pain, and was therefore capable of doing that one small act of goodness and kindness. Little did he know that it would change the world.

Tamar’s Twins

By Menachem Feldman
Whenever the Torah describes the birth of twins, it goes into minute detail, as if we are the grandparents who are anxious to hear about every step of the labor and delivery. Why?

Where Are Jews Truly At Home?

By Lazer Gurkow
Europe was our home, but we were never at home there.

Vayeishev In Depth

What the Chassidic New Year Means to You

An engaging, fresh, and practical take on the day celebrated as the New Year of Chassidism.

You Can Be a Hakhel Jew

When the Temple stood, the Jewish people would gather from all over the Land of Israel for hakhel, to hear the King read from the Torah in the Holy Temple. This event occurred every seven years.

The Miracle of Chanukah

Watch these kids re-enact the story of Chanukah in 5 minutes! (Performed by students at the Orlando Jewish Day School and the Chai Preschool)

Stop the Dreidel!

By Naftali Silberberg
Each component of a Jewish holiday was put in place in accordance with the particular holiday's singular message. So, where does that leave the traditional dreidel game?

How to Decorate Doughnuts Like a Pro

By Miriam Szokovski
Of course you need a good, fluffy dough, but let's face it—a huge part of doughnuts is the decorating. There's good old powdered sugar, but there are also all kinds of glazes, sprinkles and other toppings.

A Whirlwind Trip of a Lifetime at Wedding of Grieving Couple

By Sarah Leah Lawent
It was a victory over terror for an orphaned bride as college students and visitors from abroad joined thousands at her wedding in Jerusalem.

In the Frigid Calm After the Storm, Spokane Rabbi Sets an Example

By Faygie Levy Holt
The power was out and trees were down, but he kept people's mood warm and up.

Worldwide Events to Mark ‘the New Year of Chassidism’ in This Hakhel Year

By Menachem Posner
Farbrengens and special commemorations throughout the week.

In Hawaii, 9-Year-Old Soccer Player Keeps the Real Goal in Mind

By Menachem Posner
Ref’s call to remove religious attire leads to an educational conclusion for all.

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On Friday, December 4, 2015,
Light Shabbat Candles at 4:27 PM

Torah Reading: Vayeishev
Genesis 37:1-40:23

Halachic Times for Conejo Valley

Latest Shema 9:13 AM
Shekia (Sunset) 4:46 PM
Tzeit (nightfall) 5:19 PM

Times displayed for: Agoura Hills, CA 91301
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