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Wed, Sep 28 2016 - 25 Elul, 5776
   Shabbat Candle Lighting Times
Candle Lighting Times
Boynton Beach, FL [33437]
Friday, September 30
Light Candles at: 6:50 pm
Shabbat, October 1
Shabbat Ends: 7:41 pm
Sunday, October 2
Eve of First day Rosh Hashana
Light Candles at: 6:47 pm
Monday, October 3
Eve of Second day Rosh Hashana
Light Candles after: 7:39 pm
Tuesday, October 4
Holiday Ends: 7:38 pm
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Daily Services
Sunday Morning 8:00 am
Mon-Fri 1st 6:30 am (Selichos 6:15)
Mon-Fri 2nd 8:00 am (Selichos 7:50)

Mincha

6:55 pm
Maariv 7:20 pm

Friday     

 

Early Mincha 6:30 pm

2nd Mincha 5 min after candlelighting  

Shabbat Morning

8:00 am Ashkenaz

9:30 am Main Shachris

Children's Shabbat  10:30 am
Upcoming Events

Mega Challah Bake 5776

Mega Challah Bake 5776

Mega Challah Bake 5776

11AM each Wed. at Kollel with Rabbi Moshe Scheiner

Rabbi Manis Friedman Community Lecture

Rabbi Manis Friedman Community Lecture

Benny Friedman Concert 5776

Benny Friedman Concert 5776

Benny Friedman Concert 5776
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