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During this agricultural festival, Jews around the world consider our obligation to care for the environment and our sacred responsibility to share the fruits of God’s earth with all.
Celebrate by reading the M'gillah, dressing in costume, performing "Purim-spiels," and so much more.
On Tu BiSh’vat it is customary to eat foods containing the seven species and to bless them. These are wheat, barley, grapes, figs, pomegranates, dates, and olives.
The top six reasons parents, bubbes, and zaydes everywhere are sending their kids to Jewish camp.
Helpful information on the centuries-old Jewish burial practices.
Men and women who are seeking sacred meaning in their lives may find that Judaism speaks to their need for spiritual connection and community.
Jacob lived in the land of Egypt for 17 years; Jacob's days--the years of his life--were 147. - Genesis 47:28
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.