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Shabbat Times from December 8 to December 15

Shabbat times for the coming week. First night Chanukah is Tuesday

    Friday, December  8 (Kislev 20), Shabbat begins in London at 3.37; Bournemouth 3.43; Leeds 3.28; Manchester 3.35; Tyneside 3.25; Glasgow 3.34; Jerusalem 4.00 (local time).

    Saturday, December 9 (Kislev 21). Portion of the Law (Torah):  Vayeshev, Genesis 37:1 to 40:23. Portion of the Prophets  (Haftarah): Amos 2:6 to 3:8.

    Shabbat ends in London at 4.46; Bournemouth 5.00; Leeds 4.43; Manchester 4.48; Tyneside 4.38; Glasgow 4.48; Jerusalem 5.14.

    Tuesday, December 12 (Kislev 24), first Chanukah light in the evening.

    Wednesday, December 13 (Kislev 25), Chanukah 1st day.

    Friday, December 15 (Kislev 27), Shabbat begins in London at 3.36; Bournemouth 3.42; Leeds 3.27; Manchester 3.34; Tyneside 3.20; Glasgow 3.33; Jerusalem 4.01.     

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