Hanukkah, the festival of Lights, begins on the 25th day of the Jewish month of Kislev, and lasts for eight days.

Hanukkah, the festival of Lights, begins on the day of the Jewish month of Kislev, and lasts for eight days. Hanukkah Infographic Everything you need to know about Hanukkah.

Seven Jewish Values from Keshet. Keshet is an organization that works with the LGBTQ and Jewish community.

Seven Jewish Values from Keshet. Keshet is an organization that works with the LGBTQ and Jewish community. This community is something that I am working in and hope to help build.

Clean Animals you CAN eat: Whatever animals that have divided or cloven hoofs and chews its cud you may eat. Lev. 11:2; Deut 14:6. Fishes that have fins and scales may be eaten (Bass, croppie,...

Clean vs Unclean: Leviticus 11 Scientific Foreknowledge still is same today as far as what's healthy and unhealthy for our bodies.

Breathtaking imagery from Progressive communities in   Israel and around the world; news from the Reform Movement; posts about Jewish advocacy groups, Jewish music, posts about WUPJ and URJ programs, Jewish comedy, and educational...

"this too shall pass"

Breathtaking imagery from Progressive communities in Israel and around the world; news from the Reform Movement; posts about Jewish advocacy groups, Jewish music, posts about WUPJ and URJ programs, Jewish comedy, and educational.

All About The Tallis: Infographic

Rabbi Wedding (Tallis Infographic)- This tallis is the more formal version of a tallit. This should be worn by the Rabbi during the wedding scene.

All About The Sukkah: Infographic - The Symbolic Structure of the Festival of Sukkot | Chai & Home

All About The Sukkah: Infographic - The Symbolic Structure of the Festival of Sukkot Chai & Home

Feast of Tabernacles in Ontario, Canada, http://the-way-home-group-sukkot.home-and-school-solutions.com/  Ruach outpouring on al flesh @ Shavuot

Celebrates the receiving of the Torah by the Israelites on Mt. Sinai, is connected to the season of the grain harvest in Israel. In ancient times, the grain harvest lasted seven weeks, it began with the harvesting of the barley during Passover and ended

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