As a shut-in, I have no access to a regular Jewish calendar w/Jewish months only and csndlelight8ing times on Shabbat..
I have no access to a Jewish calendar, and Hebcal has been wonderful for me know when Yatzits are, but I miss preparing for 'Shabbat, lighting candles on time (i have to have battery ones because I use oxygen). I use to get one every7 year t my shul but it closed down several years ago, and when I am able and can arrange a ride, m6y synagogue now is 50 miles round trip and can't afford to give out Jewish calendars. I need one for me to mark Yatzits, special evens at the shul or other events that might be possible if I get a mailing about, and basically know when it's Shabbat, because of being a shut-in, I don['t always know what day I'm on and I don't really know what time to light the candles, which I miss or to know the day before to start preparing for Shabbos whether I am able to go to services or not. I always had a Jewish calendar next to the other one, and others would know there would be some Shabbos at my house whether fresh baked challah and cholent, and I always would enjoy it. Can you help? *I can print it out or download it via Google and then print it out. The gift of being able to go to Hebcal to find out when a Yartzuite is priceless to me as I am the only Jew in my immediate and large extended family and Hebcal allows me to know when to say Kaddish-right now my oldest sister is on her deathbed--and I will know when Hashem takes her, I can go to Hebcal and have the Jewish date. Thank you. If I had my own
Jewish calendar, it would make it easier to prepare and get what I need to do on time. You've given me so much already, so I hope I'm not out of line asking for a Jewish calendar with candlelighting times. Thank you for listening.
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