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Chanukah Lighting: Why Light After Dark?

Wednesday, 6 December, 2017 - 12:03 pm

The purpose of lighting Chanukah candles is to bring light where it is dark.

That is why Jewish people light Chanukah candles at night. Even though we light when its dark, we still need to light early enough that people will be around to see them. Why is that important? Because the Chanukah lights need to be seen so they can serve their purpose of reminding Jews of the great miracle G-d made. 

So when is the best time to light? As close as possible, but not earlier than Tzeit Hakochavim (Nightfall). Click here for a handy calendar that will show you the times each day or in Houston / Katy Just remember 6pm. Its a great time for you and your family to get together and bring your light into the world!

Want to learn more about lighting your Chanukah menorah? Click here for great insights.

BTW...Chanukah is almost here. Please go to our facebook page & see our upcoming events. Let us know you'll be joining us and of course, share with friends and family.

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