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We’re excited to introduce our brand new 3-Part Webinar Series for Spring 2018: Asking the Why: The Jewish in Jewish Youth Engagement!
Instead of eight days of gifts, here are eight ways to celebrate Hanukkah with your kids that relate the story and celebration for your enjoyment and to help you refocus your approach:
Review of clergy, professional staff and the role of lay leadership is essential for the health and vitality of 21st century congregational communities.
When her early childhood class plans a Shavuot hike, Sadie is afraid she won’t be able to make it to the top of the “mountain” and tries to think of ways to avoid the walk. When the day arrives, it’s much different (and better!) than Sadie expected.
Whether you stay up all night or have other plans, these recipes will make your Shavuot observance as sweet and delicious as the words of the Torah.
International Hummus Day is coming! This May 13, celebrate by making one of these delicious homemade hummus recipes.
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
Fire up the grill, it’s cookout season! Take your picnics and parties to the next level with these recipes for Jewishly inspired foods that are perfect for the grill
Memorial Day may not be a Jewish holiday, but the concept of remembering and honoring our dead is certainly a Jewish value. Here are a few Memorial Day prayers you may wish to recite in honor of this holiday.