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Learn more about the Jewish Holidays as well as discover devotionals and resources to enrich your faith this year.

How Does Chanukah Inspire Your Faith?

November 07, 2022

A Miracle of Giving Thanks

November 07, 2022

Deepen Your Roots – Hebrew Word Study: “Miracle”

November 04, 2022

You Asked: What is the Dreidel Game?

November 01, 2022

A Month of Remembrance and Celebration

May 02, 2022

Passover and Good Friday Converge

April 06, 2022

Deepen Your Roots: You Don't Have to be Jewish to Love Chanukah

November 12, 2021

Hard to believe it was more than 50 years ago when New York based Levy's
Bread came up with one of the greatest marketing campaigns in advertising history.
 
Realizing that their product catered mostly to Jewish people, the company placed ads showing non-Jewish people enjoying the "Jewish" bread. The slogan, "You don't have to be Jewish to love Levy's" was born. 
 
Problem solved. The days of Gentiles thinking that something Jewish didn't apply to them, were finally over, right?
 

The Jewish Calendar

October 04, 2021

Simchat Torah – The Joy of My Heart

September 27, 2021
Simchat Torah means “Joy of the Torah.” It is a holiday set aside to celebrate the gift of God’s Word. Jewish people stay up through the night reading the Torah, and in synagogue services the next morning, congregants parade the Torah scroll around the room, dancing, leaping and shouting with joy.

Sukkot: The Choice to Rejoice

September 20, 2021
We usually think of joy and happiness as emotions that come to us as a result of pleasant circumstances or good news. But God’s instructions for the Feast of Sukkot reveal that we are more than passive recipients of joy.
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