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Jewish Calendar

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Cheshvan 5775 (October - November 2014)
SundayMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturday
      
1 25
Noah
2nd of Rosh Chodesh
end of shabbat 18:33
2 26
end daylight saving time
3 27
4 28
5 29
6 30
7 31
Asking for Blessed Rains
candle lighting 16:15
8 1
Lech Lecha
end of shabbat 17:27
9 2
10 3
First monday of Behab
11 4
12 5
13 6
Thursday of Behab
14 7
candle lighting 16:09
15 8
Vayera
end of shabbat 17:21
16 9
17 10
Last Monday of Behab
18 11
19 12
20 13
21 14
candle lighting 16:05
22 15
Chayei Sara
end of shabbat 17:18
23 16
24 17
25 18
26 19
27 20
28 21
candle lighting 16:02
29 22
Toldot
Erev Rosh Chodesh
end of shabbat 17:15
Friday
7 Cheshvan 5775 (31/10/2014)
Asking for Blessed Rains
Shabbat parashat Lech Lecha
Haftara:
Yishayahu chap. 40-41

Jerusalem
Alot Hashachar
04:42
Talit & Tefillin time
05:09
Sunrise
05:53
Kriyat Shma MGA
08:02
Kriyat Shma GRA
08:38
Tefilla MGA
09:09
Tefilla GRA
09:33

Chatzot (Midday & midnight)
11:22
Mincha Gedola
11:52
Mincha Ketana
14:38
Plag Hamincha
15:46
Sunset
16:55
Tzet Hakochavim
17:13
Rabenu Tam
18:07

Daf yomi Bavli
Yevamot 27
Daf Yomi
Yerushalmi
Shviyit 6
Amud Yomi
Mishna Brura
vol 3 177:
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