Shabbat evening services are in person; attendance is limited to 50. Some services require pre-registration. (See the calendar or enews.) All attendees at Shabbat services over the age of 12 must be vaccinated. All attendees, including toddlers if possible, must wear masks and social distance.
Zoom Hanukkah Music and Fourth Night Candlelighting
Join Oseh members a little earlier on this night for music and song and stay for the 5:30 pm Candle Lighting. As we light candles together and sing, we will spotlight two Oseh families.
8 Reflection Questions for 8 Sacred Nights
After lighting the Hanukkah candles and reciting the blessings, pause. Watch the flames of the menorah dancing. Take a deep breath. The questions below can be used for personal reflection and meditation or as a conversation starter.
Night 4: The Maccabees fought to preserve Judaism against persecution by the ancient Greeks. What are the most important ways that you express your Jewish or religious identity?