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Rabbi Vicki Tuckman z"l had a family ritual that ensures that each member of the family can seek to fulfill the sacred duties of the day.
Jewish tradition reinforces the importance of saying, “I’m sorry” with the sacred observance of Yom Kippur. It is widely considered to be the holiest, most solemn day of the Jewish year.
Here are some fun Rosh HaShanah-related blessings, rituals crafts and activities for your family to welcome the new year.
Watch this Shalom Sesame video with your children and try these fun activities to explore and learn more about the shofar, Rosh HaShanah and the High Holidays!
Celebrate Rosh HaShanah with Shalom Sesame and Rosh HaShanah Hannah
Watch this Shalom Sesame video with your children and sing along with Rosh HaShanah Hannah! Try fun activities to explore and learn more about Rosh HaShanah and the HIgh Holidays.
For many Jews, Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, is a fasting holiday – a day during which we abstain from eating, drinking, and even brushing our teeth or using perfumes. (Learn more about what we abstain from and why.)
Crypto-Jews living in Mexico in the 17th century, under the surveillance of the Inquisition, developed sticky subterfuges to avoid being outed for their undercover Jewish practices, including those that related to chocolate drinking.