The Masorti Foundation for Conservative Judaism in Israel

Happy Chanukah Night #1 from The Masorti Movement In Israel-התנועה המסורתית בישראלMasorti Foundation for Conservative Judaism in Israel and  Rabbi Adam Frank of formerly of kehillat Moreshet Yisrael in Jerusalem.

For the second night of Chanukah, wise teaching and warm wishes from Rabbi Dikla Druckman-Sherzer, rabbi of Congregation Magen Avraham,Omer קהילת מגן אברהם, עומר.

One more wonderful talk and candle lighting for the third night of Chanukah from Masorti Israel. Listen to charismatic rabbi, Yerachmiel Meiersdorf of Ein Kerem, explain the Hillel and Shammai ways of lighting the Hanukkiah.

For the fourth night of lighting Chanukah candles, listen to this brilliant talk by Rabbi Irini Gritevsky of Ramat Aviv. She tells the story of a Chanuka celebrated by Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks and Mikhail Gorbachev.

For tonight’s fifth candle-lighting, Rabbi Tvzi Graetz of kehillah Hod-ve-Hadar, gives an inspiring talk connecting the poet Chaim Nachman Bialik, the Maccabees, and Zionism with the meaning of Chanukah as a Jewish and Zionist holiday–one that encircles all Jews.

For the sixth night, Rabbi Michael Ben David of kehillah Eshel Avraham in Be’er Sheva, explains the meanings of the lights of Shabbat (that occurs this Chanukah on the sixth night) and the lights of the miracle of Chanukah.

Rabbi Sarah Cohen, the rabbi of the Hevel Eilot Regional Council, and also at Kibbutz Ketura, leads us with the lighting of the seventh candle, and tells of two Chanukah menorahs of renewal, peace, and love that are lit at Kibbutz Ketura every year.

Lighting a last candle with Rabbi Arnie Ben Dor, of kehillat Ya’ar Ramot in Jerusalem. He talks about being surrounded or enveloped by mitzvot. A beautiful talk for the last night of Chanukah candle lighting.