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Hanukah Hanukkah meaning Jewish Holiday Celebration Kosher foods Feast of Dedication Festival of Lights Synagogues Temples of Worship florist shops gift stores shopping Laws & Customs Heroes & Villains traditions

The Jewish religious holiday Hanukah is celebrated for eight days in the Hebrew month of Kislev, which usually occurs in middle to late December. Hanukah, the Festival of Lights, is named for the Hebrew word meaning dedication. While you are visiting CT during Hanukah season, you may wish to attend services at the following Synagogues, Temples of Worship, and Congregation locations. Many are only a short distance from our Antiques Gallery.

Congregation Beth Shalom - Temple (860) 526-8920 55 E Kings Hwy Chester, CT
This is a great Temple, Modern artist Sol Lewitt created a must see entry way mural

Beth Hillel Synagogue 160 Winterbury Avenue Bloomfield, CT 06002 860-242 5561
Congregation Beth El 109 East Avenue Norwalk, CT 06851 203-838-2710
Congregation Tikvoh Chadoshoh 180 Still Road Bloomfield, CT 06002 860-243-3576
Beth Jacob 400 New London Turnpike Norwich, CT 06360-5337 860-886-2459
Congregation Rodeph Sholom Park & Capitol Avenues Bridgeport, CT 06604 203-334-0159
Congregation Or Shalom 205 Old Grassy Hill Road Orange, CT 06477-2427 203-799-2341
Kol Ami POB 1318 Cheshire, CT 06410 203-272-1006
B'nai Shalom Synagogue 125 Church St., POB 46 Putnam, CT 06260 860-928-4496
B'nai Israel, 193 Clapboard Ridge Road Danbury, CT 06811-3636 203-792-6161
Beth El Synagogue Main Street North PO Box 825 Southbury, CT 06488 203-264-6111
Temple Beth Tefilah465 Oak Street East Hartford, CT 06118-3066 860-569-0670
Temple Beth El 350 Roxbury Road Stamford, CT 06902-1294 203-322-6901
Congregation Beth El 1200 Fairfield Woods Road Fairfield, CT 06430-3216 203-374- 5544
Temple Beth Sholom 275 Huntington Road Box 445 Stratford, CT 06615 203-378-6175
Temple Beth Sholom 1809 Whitney Avenue Hamden, CT 06517-1401 203-288-7748
Congregation B'nai Torah 5700 Main Street Trumbull, CT 06611 203-268-6940
Temple Beth Sholom 400 Middle Turnpike East Manchester, CT 06040-3736 860-643-9563
Congregation B'nai Israel 54 Talcott Avenue Vernon, CT 06066-3116 860-871-1818
B'nai Abraham 127 East Main Street Meriden, CT 06450-5603 203-235-2581
Beth El Temple 2626 Albany Avenue West Hartford, CT 06117 860-233-9696; fax: 860-233-9892
Congregation Adath Israel Box 337 Middletown, CT 06457-0337 860-346-4709
Emanuel Synagogue 160 Mohegan Drive West Hartford, CT 06117-1421 203-236-1275
Temple B'nai Israel 265 West Main Street New Britain, CT 06052 860-224-0479
The Conservative Synagogue 30 Hillspoint Road Westport, CT 06880 203-454-4673; fax: 203-454-8888
Congregation Beth El-Keser Israel (BEKI) 85 Harrison Street New Haven, CT 06515-1724 203-389- 2108
Congregation Beth Ahm 362 Palisado Avenue Windsor, CT 06095-2031 860-688-9989
Congregation Beth El 660 Ocean Avenue New London, CT 06320-4446 860-442-0418
B'nai Jacob 75 Rimmon Road Woodbridge, CT 06525-2003 203-389-2111
Congregation B'nai Sholom 26 Church Street Newington, CT 06111-4401 860-667-0826
Jewish Federation of Greater 333 Bloomfield Ave, West Hartford, CT(860) 232-4483

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