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In Judaism there is one holiday that occurs every week - the Sabbath. Known in Hebrew as Shabbat, this holiday is central to Jewish Life.
Rosh HaShanah ("head of the year") is the Jewish New Year, marking the beginning of a 10-day period of prayer, self-examination, and repentance.
What do you ask to avoid the dreaded "we did fun stuff" response?
This Israeli classic is delicious, refreshing, and healthy!
Shabbat services on Fridays and Saturdays are an opportunity to pray, sing, meditate, and learn together as a community.
The Berit Mila Board of Reform Judaism has trained and certified more than 300 licensed physicians and nurse midwives.
And if you do obey these rules and observe them carefully, the Eternal your God will maintain faithfully for you the covenant made on oath with your fathers. - Deuteronomy 7:12
A 3-session class for beginners, Jewish or not, that explores the topics of Jewish spirituality, ethics and community.
When the sanctity of even one church in our country is shattered by racism and hatred, it shatters all of our houses of worship.
Taking care of our earth as environmental stewards is central to our tradition. Here are a few ideas for reducing your carbon footprint.
Learn why the promotional postcards that the Jewish National Fund once created went "viral."
You might align yourself with one of two schools of thought, or fall somewhere along those lines.
For over 100 years, WRJ has annually published the Art Calendar to showcase Jewish artists and to give them a larger and more knowledgeable audience.
The artwork on this note card is featured on the cover of the 5776/2015-16 WRJ Art Calendar, and was created by Helaine Bach for the WRJ/NFTY Art Calendar Contest.