Chanukah 5776/2015

First Night of Chanukah: Sunday night, December 6 / 25 Kislev

Shabbat Chanukah

Friday December 11
Sponsored by Mount Zion’s Sisterhood.  All are welcome to any part of the evening.

7:00 p.m. Latkes and Festive Salads! (Margolis Hall)
A free light meal sponsored by Sisterhood.
Greeting time & Playing Dreidel

7:30 p.m. Shabbat Chanukah Services and Chanukiah Challenge Awards (see below)!
We will begin the service in Margolis Hall to light our candles with songs and blessings led by Cantor Strauss-Klein, Guitar Corps, Shir Chants (Teen Choir), and Torah Tones (Adult Choir).
Bring your own Chanukiah / Menorah to light if you wish!
Then we will continue the service in the Sanctuary ­including Chanukah songs led by our Choirs.

Back by Popular Demand!

The (once again) Annual Chanukiah Challenge!

chanukiahOur Rabbis and Cantors challenge the children of Mount Zion Temple to come up with the cleverist, wildest, wackiest, lightest-up-the-nightest, Chanukah menorah for our Chanukiah Challenge. Use any material you want, (please no Legos or K’nex!) make it large or small, it doesn’t have to work, but it must look like a chanukiah. Adults may help! All entries must be brought to the Temple office by Wednesday, December 9. Make sure your name is attached to your chanukiah. Every entry receives a prize and a certificate with a special name for your chanukiah! Show us what you can do and enter the Chanukiah Challenge 5776.

Light Up the Night:

A Special Community Chanukah Celebration
Saturday, December 12, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. at the St. Paul JCC – FREE!
Mount Zion is a community partner of this event.

Celebrate Chanukah like never before. Join us for a community celebration, as we celebrate with a glow-in-the-dark dance, light-up activities, and a community candle lighting. Mark your calendars; help us light up the night! Learn more about this community Chanukah celebration.

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