Chabad hosts community Chanukah celebrations throughout December

From Dec. 18 to Dec. 26, Menorah Lightings will take place throughout South Jersey.

Chabad of Camden and Burlington Counties invites the entire community to celebrate the Festival of Lights at its public Menorah lighting ceremonies and community Chanukah celebrations.

Planned events include an exciting Car Menorah Parade through town, our 18′ Menorah Lighting at the Barclay Shopping Center, Medford Chanukah Village Walk, various events by Chabad of Florence, and lightings in Moorestown, Haddonfield, and Collingswood. Chanukah will shine more than ever!
Chanukah propagates the universal message that ultimately good will prevail over evil, freedom over oppression and light over darkness.
“The Chanukah lights envelope us with warmth, joy, strength and inspiration,” said Rabbi Mendel Mangel, director of Chabad of Camden and Burlington Counties. “Such is the purpose of the many community-wide celebrations organized by Chabad and held in various locations throughout the Chanukah Holiday.”
Public dignitaries and community leaders will attend the ceremonies and will assist in kindling the giant “Menorahs of Freedom.”
Join Chabad in a public display of unity at one of many exciting Menorah Kindling Ceremonies taking place in the South Jersey area. Bring the children and make this your special family Chanukah celebration. Event links, sponsorship opportunities, and information can be found at

In Cherry Hill, the Car Menorah Parade will take place Dec. 18. Parade prep and lineup will begin at 3:15 p.m. at the Chabad Center, 1925 Kresson Rd. Cherry Hill, NJ. The parade will depart at 4 p.m., and will end with a Grand Menorah Lighting at Barclay Shopping Center at 5 p.m., open to all.

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The parade will feature:

  • Menorah Music Truck
  • Classic & Antique Cars  
  • Vehicles from CH Police Department
  • CH Fire Department
  • CH Fire Police
  • Unlimited Chanukah Spirit!

Parade Spots are limited. RSVP for the parade is required at

Questions? Email or call (856) 874-1500.


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