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Due to COVID-19 the format of our Professional Development Seminar for SOR Teachers has changed.Please join us for this stimulating series of ONLINE WEBINARS
Project Heritage Project Heritage is about the connection of ideas, as students can hear the testimonies of living historians, and embark upon the journey of
WHAT IS PURIM AND WHEN DO WE CELEBRATE IT? Purim is a joyous festival. It celebrates the story from the Book of Esther in which
Purim is a happy holiday that lasts for only 1 day and happens on the 14th of Adar (a Jewish month) every year – most
Rabbi Akiva (properly, Rabbi Akiva ben Yosef, ‘Akiva son of Joseph’) is one of the best known of the early rabbis, and belongs to the
Joseph Ben Ephraim Caro (also spelt ‘Karo’) was apparently born in Toledo, Castille, Spain, in 1488 and died in 1575. After the Jews’ expulsion from
Rabbi Nachman of Bratslav’s appeal crosses boundaries. Many of his newest disciples are of Sephardi descent, and secular artists as well as Orthodox seekers find
Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai (in English, Rabbi Simon bar Yochai or Rabbi Simon son of Yochai and, in Hebrew, also known as Rashbi) was a
‘Rashi’ is an acronym for Rabbi Shlomo ben Itzhak, also known as Rabbi Shlomo Itzhaki [Rabbi Solomon, son of Isaac] in English. He is the
Rabbi Yehuda Ashlag systematically reinterpreted the Kabbalah, completing the work begun by Rabbi Isaac Luria and his disciple, Rabbi Chaim Vital. Today, Ashlag’s various followers
Rachel and Leah were two sisters in the Hebrew Bible. Their relationship deteriorated into rivalry and jealousy over the love of Jacob, son of Isaac.