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Jewish Items and Objects

This sub-section of our website contains pages about a number of ‘Jewish’ items or experiences. Challah Bagels Klezmer Music Chassidic Tales Chassidic Song

Jewish Journey

Jewish Journey Through the Jewish Journey the ideal BJE graduate will have: An intellectual, emotional, spiritual connection to their Jewish identity, culture, and history. A proficiency

Jewish Life in Australia

Compared with other Diaspora Jewish communities, Australian Jewry is a very young community. Within two centuries, however, it has emerged as one of the most

Jewish Lifecycle

Welcome to the Jewish Life Cycle section of our website which contains the pages listed below in the table of contents. To view a page,

Jewish Marriage

In traditional Jewish literature marriage is actually called ‘kiddushin’, which translates as ‘sanctification’ or ‘dedication’. The word ‘sanctification’ indicates that what is happening is not

Jewish People

This section of our website deals with Jewish people. The first part describes selected Jewish communities around the world; please note that there are many

Jewish Prayer

This section of our website contains a number of pages about Jewish prayer, including an overview of Jewish prayer and pages specifically about some Jewish

Jewish Prayer Explained for Kids

What is Jewish Prayer? Jewish people call prayer ‘the service of the heart’. The Hebrew word for prayer is ‘tefillah’ (prayers = ‘tefillot’). In Yiddish

Jewish Self

This section deals with issues revolving around Jewish identity and Jewish communities, and how we perceive ourselves and others within those communities. Jewish Identity Jewish

Jewish Symbols

Welcome to the Jewish Symbols section of our website. To learn about a Jewish symbol, please click on a link in the Table of Contents

Jewish Symbols Explained for Kids

CANDLESTICKS The candle is a very important symbol for Jews. Fire is warm and inviting. The Kabbalah (Jewish Mysticism) says that the flame is a

Jewish Symbols in the Home

A number of Jewish symbols are commonly found in a Jewish home. MEZUZAH ‘Mezuzah’ is the name given to the parchment scroll that is attached

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