Celebrate

Joy Is A Religious Obligation

Jewish tradition recognizes Sukkot as a celebration and sharing of our material possessions.

First Liberation, Then What?

Sukkot celebrates the challenges of everyday life.

What Is A Sukkah?

A temporary dwelling for the festival of Tabernacles.

Moon and Women

Celebrating the new moon has special significance for women.

Why Holidays Like Shavuot Last Longer Outside Israel

Some festivals are two days in the Diaspora, but only one day in Israel.

Leviticus 16:1-34: The Scapegoat Ritual

Yom Kippur Morning Torah Reading. Yom Kippur Services. Yom Kippur in the Community.

Protected: You Are What You Don’t Eat

7 reasons for fasting on Yom Kippur

Jonah: Following God’s Example

God also repents in the Book of Jonah.

Deuteronomy 29:9-14, 30:11-20: Choosing Covenant

Yom Kippur Morning Torah Reading. Yom Kippur Services. Yom Kippur in the Community.

Yizkor: The Jewish Memorial Service

The memorial service is added to the holiday cycle four times a year

Numbers 29:7-11; Maftir

Yom Kippur Morning Torah Reading. Yom Kippur Services. Yom Kippur in the Community.

Special Shabbatot

Sabbath services throughout the year highlight upcoming holidays.