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    Entries in chanukah (8)



    2012 Menorah Lighting at Memorial Lake, Shaw AFBChanukah began last night.  The first candle was lit last night, Tuesday, December 16th at nightfall or after dark.  We continue lighting the candles each night through and including Tuesday night December 23rd.  If you are interested in learning more please click HERE.  If you have any questions please call the Shaw Chapel at 895-1106. 


    Menorah Lighting & Chanukah Party - 21 Dec 4:00 PM - Columbia, SC

    The Menorah Lighting and Chanukah Party will be held Dec 21, 2014 at the Chabad Aleph House, 2509 Decker Boulevard, Columbia, SC 29206 at 4:00 pm.  For more details call (803) 467-3456.


    Chanukah Parade - 16 Dec 5:00 pm - Columbia, SC

    The Chanukah Parade will be held December 16, 2014 at the Cutler Jewish Day School, 5827A N. Trenholm Road, Columbia, SC 29206.


    Warm wishes for a joyous Hanukkah...

    There are more than 10,000 Jewish men and women serving in the U.S. Armed Forces aboard ships and stationed on bases around the world in Afghanistan, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, Korea, Japan, Guam, Germany, England, and Italy. This Hanukkah, as you light your menorah, safe at home with your family and friends, these troops, far from their homes and family, will be lighting theirs as well.

    The heroes of the Hanukkah story, the Maccabees, fought for religious freedom-freedom of worship and freedom of religious expression. The men and women serving in the U.S. Armed Forces work every day to ensure the freedoms of the American people as well, including religious freedom. It is critical that members of the Jewish community who are serving our country experience these same freedoms. This starts with the work of chaplains.

    For nearly 100 years in times of peace and in times of war, JWB Jewish Chaplains Council has been proudly fulfilling its mission to provide for the needs of Jewish military personnel and their families and patients in VA hospitals, to relieve a sense of religious isolation and of being alone.

    This Hanukkah, when you prepare to celebrate with your loved ones, we ask that you also consider supporting the Jewish men and women serving our country.

    Warm wishes for a joyous Hanukkah,

    Rabbi Harold L. Robinson, RA CHC USN Ret

    Director, JWB Jewish Chaplains Council