We want to wish everyone, a great happiness and peace this Hanukkah season.
Darkness and chill of the winter season will always be replaced with the LOVING light and warmth of Hanukkah.
This is a season of hope and joy.
Hanukkah, the Jewish “Festival of Lights,” begins tonight at sunset. Each candle on the menorah marks one of the eight days of the holiday, representing the miracle of the Hanukkah story and the ideal of universal light.
Hanukkah is a fabulous holiday full of love and hope.
8 Days of Celebration & Pride
It lasts eight nights (yes, because of the oil), and this year it’s from Nov. 28, 2021 through Dec. 6, 2021.
What it’s not? NOT a Jewish substitute for Christmas. Rather it’s a day with immense tradition of strength, love, and belief in community and a bright future. Born out of a proud history of love and courage, and family. We encourage all our readers to reach out and learn about other cultures and religions and make friends too.
What is the difference between Hanukkah and Chanukah?
The answer is that both are considered correct, though Hanukkah is the most widely used spelling, while Chanukah is more traditional. So, when the Hebrew word was transliterated in the 17th century, the ḥet became ch (Chanukah).