» How to Light Shabbos Candles
This card explains how to light Shabbos candles. Includes: - Instructions for setup - Blessing in Hebrew and English, with transliteration - Explanation for why we light candles before Shabbos - Explanation why lighting Shabbos candles is a special mitzvah for women This card is 5x7
How the Once-Every-Seven-Years Observance of Shmita is Changing Jewish Lives
Cultural conditions are ripe for connection to shmita , which relates to food, economic justice and personal, as well as environmental, restoration.
Jewish Community Center - Rosh Hashanah
The High Jewish Holidays are upon us in 2014. As we celebrate the New Year, 5775, here are just a few things about Rosh Hashanah. Shana Tova! Here's to a sweet new year!
Sefardic Sefer Torah Case- Premium Silver Design
Sefardic Sefer Torah Case- Premium Silver Design Darkened Silver finish Embellished with saphire stones Unique Crown of Beit Hamikdash Matching Writing of Pesukim Design may be modified upon request.
ABBA, FATHER! Rise up the prayer warriors that will Stand and not faint, that will run and not fall, that will praise, worship, and pray unceasingly, unreservedly, and unfailing? ABBA YEHOVAH! Make in me as such a person, I pray! in your name YEHOVAH! Blessed be YOU and blessed be YOUR son YESHUA.
Mikvah, the Ritual Baths - Jerusalem 101
A 1st century AD mikvah (ritual bath) used during the days of Jesus and the book of Acts, located south of the Temple Mount at the base of the Double Gate stairs. This could easily have been one of the many mikvah used to baptize some of the 3,000 new Jewish believers on the Day of Pentecost as described in Acts 2.