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Candlelighting can also be found on page 3 of Kabbalat Shabbat.
Shir Hashirim is a love song written by King Solomon which illustrates the special relationship between the Creator and His people Israel. It is usually recited before Kabbalat Shabbat, but can be read anytime from noon on Erev Shabbat until the end of Shabbat.
The Kabbalat Shabbat service with Candlelighting and the Arvit (Evening) Service for Shabbat.
The Morning Service for Shabbat which includes Halel, Torah Service, and the Musaf Service.
The Afternoon Service for Shabbat with Torah Service.
The Service for the Conclusion of Shabbat which includes Havdalah and Birkat HaLevanah.
The Afternoon Service for Shabbat with Torah Service and the Service for the Conclusion of Shabbat which includes Havdalah and Birkat HaLevanah..
The Havdalah Service.