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Sukkot, the festival of giving thanks for the fall harvest, commemorates the years of wandering in the desert after the giving of the Torah atop Mt. Sinai.
During this fun-filled holiday, the Torah scrolls are taken from the ark and carried or danced around the synagogue seven times.
Find a beautiful fall pumpkin to hold this custard, which can be served as a dessert or side dish.
No one could predict that three minutes of film would capture a world about to face its imminent demise.
Sukkot, the only festival associated with an explicit commandment to rejoice, is a time to give thanks for the bounty of the earth during the fall harvest.
Most Reform congregations have a large number of interfaith families that participate in all aspects of temple life. Here are 12 FAQs to get you started!
When God was about to create heaven and earth, the earth was a chaos, unformed, and on the chaotic waters' face there was darkness. - Genesis 1:1-:2
A 3-session class for beginners, Jewish or not, that explores the topics of Jewish spirituality, ethics and community.
The Jewish conscience demands that we welcome refugees – living, breathing, aching, hurting people – into the sukkah of our nation.
As Jews, we see a moral obligation to advocate for children, the elderly, the poor, the disenfranchised, the sick, the disabled, and the “stranger among us.”
When in Jerusalem, I try to tap into both its earthly and ethereal realms – the Jerusalem below (Yerushalayim lamata) and the Jerusalem above (Yerushalayim lamala).
The Israeli ultra-Orthodox establishment acts with disdain toward what Diaspora Jews consider to be their right to establish Jewish identities and practices that enrich their lives.
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.