First one candle; it is still dark and the solitary light looks gloomy. Then it finds a companion, then another, and yet another.
The darkness must retreat. … And no office is more blessed than that of a servant of light. [Shamash]
Theodor Herzl, “The Menorah,” in Harry Zohn, trans., Zionist Writings: Essays and Addresses (New York: Herzl Press, 1973), vol. 1, pp. 203-206.
Join us for a community gathering for Hanukkah with specially designed programs that will enable us to celebrate and keep safe and healthy. We will light candles, tour Neve Tzedek neighborhood, eat sufganiut and most of all meet and illuminate each other.
The event will take place in Neve Shechter, Aharon Shloshe 42 Tel Aviv
17: 00-18: 00 Activities and meeting of parents / grandparents and grandchildren.
18: 00-19: 00 – A tour of Neve Tzedek led by our dear friend Noam Fink
19: 00-20: 00 – Community candle lighting, Hanukkah songs, sufganiut
Beit Midrash Limud for Hanukkah led by Rabbi Dr. Rani Jaeger
Please pre-register so that we will be able to follow health regulations.
Looking forward to celebrating together.