A chuppah is a wedding canopy used in Jewish weddings. The bride, groom, and whoever is officiating (and sometimes both sets of parents) stand under the chuppah during the wedding ceremony. Read more
In this week's parashah the people are commanded to fashion silver trumpets. The sounding of the trumpets summons the attention of the people and calls them to join together and advance as one. Read more
The Nosher's sharing her little tricks and tools that ensure a perfect challah for your Shabbat table. Check them out! Read more
Judaism is opposed to cruelty to animals, yet vegetarianism can be seen as a challenge to rabbinic tradition. Learn more about vegetarianism and its relationship to Jewish law and tradition. Read more
Coming-out (of the closet): To be “in the closet” means to hide one’s sexual and or gender identity.
I recently attended my friend’s father’s memorial.
“The schools would fail through their silence, the Church through its forgiveness, and the home through the denial and silence of the parents.
Annual Cycle: Numbers 8:1 - 12:16
Triennial Cycle: Numbers 10:35 - 12:16