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Jewish Calendar

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Kislev 5775 (November - December 2014)
SundayMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturday
1 23
Rosh Chodesh
2 24
3 25
4 26
5 27
6 28
candle lighting 16:00
7 29
Vayetze
end of shabbat 17:14
8 30
9 1
10 2
11 3
12 4
13 5
candle lighting 15:59
14 6
Vayishlach
end of shabbat 17:14
15 7
16 8
17 9
18 10
19 11
20 12
candle lighting 16:00
21 13
Vayeshev
end of shabbat 17:15
22 14
23 15
24 16
25 17
1st of Chanukka
26 18
2nd of Chanukka
27 19
3rd of Chanukka
candle lighting 16:03
28 20
Miketz
4th of Chanukka
end of shabbat 17:18
29 21
5th of Chanukka
30 22
6th of Chanukka - 1st of Rosh Chodesh
     
Friday
27 Kislev 5775 (19/12/2014)
3rd of Chanukka
Shabbat parashat Miketz
Haftara:
Zecharia chap. 2-3-4

Jerusalem
Alot Hashachar
05:22
Talit & Tefillin time
05:49
Sunrise
06:32
Kriyat Shma MGA
08:29
Kriyat Shma GRA
09:05
Tefilla MGA
09:31
Tefilla GRA
09:55

Chatzot (Midday & midnight)
11:36
Mincha Gedola
12:06
Mincha Ketana
14:37
Plag Hamincha
15:40
Sunset
16:43
Tzet Hakochavim
17:01
Rabenu Tam
17:55

Daf yomi Bavli
Yevamot 76
Daf Yomi
Yerushalmi
Trumot 24
Amud Yomi
Mishna Brura
vol 4 202.

No Tachanun saying on this day
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