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Inspired by the Lubavitcher Rebbe- Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, Rabbi Shmuli and Mushky Raitman together with their children Mendel, Tzivia, Pinny, Asher, Zahava and Cherna have established a Chabad Jewish Center in Danville, CA. Their goal is to strengthen Jewish awareness and pride. Building strong and vibrant community for the Jewish residents of Danville/S. Ramon by creating an environment where every person, regardless of background or affiliation is welcome to explore and experience their heritage in a warm and non-judgmental environment.
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Learn about the evil king who oppressed the Jews and defiled the Temple in the Chanukah story.
Get ready to test your skills. Can you identify kosher animals?
Successfully navigate electronic doors and sensors, carrying, and other challenges.
The Talmud gives two reasons: to indicate the night and because we always ascend rather than descend.
Breeze through the Chanukah Menorah lighting with a step by step guide on everything from which menorah is kosher to how to arrange and light your own menorah.
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Upcoming Holiday
Dec. 7 - Dec. 15
Learning & Inspiration
  • What to Know About Spending Shabbat in a HotelSuccessfully navigate challenges such as electronic doors and sensors and carrying within a... Read More
  • Take the Kosher Animal QuizGet ready to test your skills. Can you identify kosher animals? Read More
  • We Begin Praying for Rain on Tue. EveUnderstand the connection between Dec. 5 or 6 and Vetein Tal Umatar Livrachah Read More
  • Joseph the Happy LamplighterLife Lessons From the Parshah - Vayeshev Read More
Daily Thought
Chanukah was a victory of few over many. Each Maccabee was a hero, essential to the victory. One could think that in those days, when the population of the world was so much smaller, a single individual would have more power to change the world. In fact, just the opposite is true. Technology and information have put enormous power in each of our hands. Today, each of almost eight billion people has the power to change the entire world for the good.​