Shabbat Cheat Sheet: all your need-to-know info, including blessings
Here’s why I reject Chrismukkah and all of its trappings
By Laurel Snyder This blog post originally appeared at Rituallwell.org in honor of Interfaith Family Month I have never suggested to my Catholic-born husband that he convert. As a child of intermarriage myself, whose parents always maintained their own distinct religions (but raised me Jewish), conversion wasn’t part of my heritage. It was enough, I thought, […]
A woman’s personal narrative on how celebrating Shabbat on Friday nights was important for her and her family.
After marrying, Hannah decided to celebrate Shabbat and become more observant
Hanukkah is a holiday that commemorates the Jewish recapture and rededication of the Temple in Jerusalem in 164 BCE.
An introductory booklet resource for interfaith families, intermarried couples, and others looking to find out more about Shabbat’s practices and meanings and how to make it their own.
Resource for learning how to light the Hanukkah menorah.
Hanukkah, unlike the major Jewish holidays, does not require any days off from work, any major preparation or any long worship services. It?s an eight day holiday that consists mainly of lighting candles, singing songs, eating traditional foods and playing dreidel.