Early Jewish Writings
The Bible and other ancient Jewish works
The Gabbai Resources Home Page
A collection of documents for gabbais at synagogues
Internet Sacred Text Archive – Judaism
The Judaism section of a freely available archive of electronic texts about religion, mythology, legends and folklore, and occult and esoteric topics
The Jewish National & University Library
Collects Israeli publications and other Jewish documents
Jewish Virtual Library: The Holy Scriptures — The Tanakh
The Torah, Prophets, and Writings
Navigating the Bible II
A resource to learn how to chant the Torah reading
The Open Source Haggadah Project
An online resource for sharing ideas about the Passover Haggadah and its rituals
A publication providing translated commentaries from Jewish scholars on the weekly Torah reading
Committed to ongoing growth as a repository of insights and information in many areas of Torah
Offers hands-on presentations to synagogue groups and religious schools about the basic understanding of the laws and skills of a Sofer STaM
Vaad Mishmereth Stam
Preserves and promotes the halachic integrity of scribal arts: Torah Scrolls, Tefillin and Mezuzos
Pronounced: huh-GAH-duh or hah-gah-DAH, Origin: Hebrew, literally “telling” or “recounting.” A Haggadah is a book that is used to tell the story of the Exodus at the Passover seder. There are many versions available ranging from very traditional to nontraditional, and you can also make your own.
Pronounced: huh-LAKH-ic, Origin: Hebrew, according to Jewish law, complying with Jewish law.
Pronunced: TORE-uh, Origin: Hebrew, the Five Books of Moses.