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Shabbat is the Jewish holiday that comes each week. Its roots lie in the biblical story of creation when, in order to complete the work of creating the world, God rested on the seventh day

Making ice cream seems daunting and a little crazy. Why try to make it, when you can get very good ice cream in any grocery or convenience store? Making ice cream demands patience and creativity and can be a lot of fun, which makes it the perfect Shavout activity for you and your kids

Shavuot celebrates the giving of Torah (the first five books of the Hebrew Bible) to the Jewish people at Mount Sinai.

ReformJudaism.org and PJ Library® are excited to offer an engaging new Passover learning opportunity with Reform Rabbi Leora Kaye.   

Following tragedies, especially those that are manmade, people of all ages have questions about how a good God could let terrible tragedies happen.

“Happy birthday to trees! Happy birthday to trees!” Yes, that’s Lila from Shaboom! singing and tree-hugging to kick off a short lesson about Tu Bishvat

Can the Plony family get ready for an unexpected Hanukkah visit with only an hour’s notice? 

How do Wonder Woman, Batman and Darth Vader relate to the harvest holiday of Sukkot? They have cameo appearances in Bim Bam’s new upbeat Lego® Sukkot stop motion animation video! 

Jewish tradition reinforces the importance of saying, “I’m sorry” with the sacred observance of Yom Kippur. Yom Kippur, known in English as the “Day of Atonement,” is the culmination of our 10 Days of Awe, the period of time beginning with Rosh HaShanah and ending with Yom Kippur. It falls on the Hebrew date of 10 Tishrei, and is widely considered to be the holiest, most solemn day of the Jewish year

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