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Tishah B'Av, observed on the 9th (tishah) of the Hebrew month of Av, is a day of mourning the destruction of both ancient Temples in Jerusalem.
Prepare for Shabbat with customs and observances such as lighting the candles, chanting Kiddush over wine, and blessing a loaf of challah.
To create a little excitement on your grill this summer, add a spice rub.
As a grandparent you would like to share your heritage with your grandchildren.
Reflection on how, at moments of experiencing yirah—which the author defines as feeling awe, fear, and reverence all at once--our hearts are open to discovering the essential meaning of our lives.
Men and women who are seeking sacred meaning in their lives may find that Judaism speaks to their need for spiritual connection and community.
The Eternal One spoke to Moses, saying: "Speak to Aaron and say to him, 'When you mount the lamps, let the seven lamps give light at the front of the lampstand.'" - Numbers 8:1-2
A 3-session class for beginners, Jewish or not, that explores the topics of Jewish spirituality, ethics and community.
Jewish tradition teaches us to care for our planet in order to preserve that which God has created.
Our passion for social justice is reflected in the ancient words of our prophets and sages and in the declarations of our leaders throughout our history.
Cultural insight into the 40 Progressive communities affiliated with the Israel Movement for Progressive Judaism.
Thirty years ago, no one would have predicted that Israel would produce a generation of talented and innovative chefs.