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Hanukkah Services in North Druid Hills

A quick guide to local Jewish religious services this year.

Congregation Beth Jacob, 1855 Lavista Road

  • The Orthodox congregation will hold morning services through Hanukkah at 6:50 a.m. A lit menorah candle will also be added each day starting Saturday and ending next Saturday.
  • For more information about extended daily services, see the congregation's website.

Congregation Bet Haverim, 2676 Clairmont Road

  • The congregation, initially founded by gays and lesbians, will hold a potluck/latke dinner Friday at 6 p.m. A community menorah lighting will be held at 6:45 p.m., a children's program and Shabbat service will follow at 7 p.m. and donuts and Texas Hold 'Em Dreidel will be at 8 p.m.
  • More information about holiday services can be found at the congregation's website.

Young Israel of Toco Hills, 2910 North Druid Hills Road

  • The congregation will celebrate the final night of Hanukkah on Saturday with bingo. From the website: "Celebrate the last night of Channukah at  Channukah Bingo! Win prizes, land on mystery squares, nosh at the latke bar and more! $20 members, $25 non-members, this is an adults only event.  RSVP by clicking here or contact the office at admin@yith.org or 404-315-1417. If you or your company would like to be a sponsor or donate prizes please contact the office."
  • It will also have a Shabbat Hanukkah family dinner on the seventh night of Hanukkah: "Join us on the 7th night of Channukah for a delicious and festive dinner, Bnei Akiva fun for the kids and words of Torah from Rabbi Adam Starr on the topic 'Channukah: A Celebration of the Jewish Home.' To sign up for the dinner please click here or contact the office at admin@yith.org or 404-315-1417."
  • Information about additional holiday services can be found on the congregation's website.

Congregation Nerhamizrach, 1858 Lavista Road

  • Call the congregation at 404-315-9020 for information regarding holiday services.
  • Congregation Nerhamizrach is a congregation of Jews who embrace the Sephardic tradition and seek to partake in worship and learning.

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