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South Africa’s Jews are amongst the wealthiest and most successful in the Jewish world. Theirs is a small and ethnically homogeneous community (mainly Litvaks, numbering
SRE Special Religious Education (SRE), also known as ‘Scripture,’ is BJE’s largest educational program across NSW Government Schools. BJE teachers travel to nearly 60 schools
STORIES Simcha’s Torah Stories The Other Side of the Story SONGS Aish haTorah: Haggadah Songs (provides the words in transliteration) Judaism 101: Pesach Songs hebrewsongs.com
There is an old saying that for every two Jews, there are at least three opinions. No wonder, then, that there have almost always been
The location of each prayer in the liturgy is not accidental. The structure of the service as a whole is a set pattern common to
Studies of Religion is an elective NSW Higher School Certificate subject offered in many schools. Within that subject, Judaism is one of the religions which
Studies of Religion and Faith Studies We offer programs related to Judaism for students attending non-Jewish schools who are learning about Judaism as part of
What is Sukkot and when do we celebrate it? ‘Sukkah’ is the Hebrew word for ‘booth’ or ‘tabernacle’. ‘Sukkot’, the plural, is the name of
WHAT IS SUKKOT? ‘Sukkah’ is the Hebrew word for ‘booth’ or ‘tabernacle’. ‘Sukkot’, the plural, is the name of the festival of booths. Sukkot were the
Apples and honey On Rosh HaShanah it is customary to eat apples dipped in honey. The apples remind us of the roundness of the year