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Discover the importance of the menorah and how, when and where to light it.

Menorah Lighting Guide

Menorah Lighting Guide

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Topics: Menorah, Chanukah
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December 12, 2012
How many candles
Tonight, Dec. 12, 2012 we light five candles.
Mrs. Chana Benjaminson
mychabad.org
December 12, 2012
How many candles on each day.
Todays date is the 12th. How many candles should be lit or on(electric) including the middle one. Want to know the correct way. Thanks
Phillip
Lyons, NJ
July 5, 2012
Thank you
Christopher McDonough of cranford. So happy for you. Know how much the Jewish faith means to you.
Beyondwords
Cranford, Nj
December 24, 2011
the most beautiful choise for the world to see
Fantastic, the candles from Chanukah, the candles from Yerushalayim, the candles to illuminate to world.
Mazal Tov and Brachot from Hashem
Leah Awensztern Pavlovsky
São Paulo, Brasil
December 20, 2011
When to light
Most communities light the menorah shortly after sunset. In other communities, the menorah is kindled after nightfall. For more information please see When to light the Menorah
Mrs. Chana Benjaminson
mychabad.org
December 20, 2011
What time should the candles be lit?
Candice
San Antonio
December 20, 2011
lite left to right!
Thank you for refreshing my memory of how to light correctly!. Happy Chanukkah!
GSimmons
La Jolla, CA
December 20, 2011
Thank you
I never knew to much about hanukkah thank you for the web site and all the information. If we could all just learn a little more about each religion the world will be a better place.
Christopher McDonough
Cranford, NJ
October 17, 2011
where to get oil or candles
You can use regular olive oil like you buy in the grocery store. For candles, you can use any candle that burns long enough to stay lit for at least half an hour into the night.
Editor
mychabad.org
October 17, 2011
Chanukah oil or candles
Where to obtain the oil orthe candles?Thank you.
Anonymous
Pawtucket, RI/USA
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