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What is Judaism?
Judaism is the mother-faith from which Christianity and Islam developed. All three date back to Abraham, who discovered the one, true, invisible God. At Mount
What’s New in 2022
What’s New in 2022 New Curriculum BJE is shifting to a brand new SRE and Extension Curriculum. The new curriculum is aligned with the NESA
WOMEN’S & MEN’S APPROACHES TO THE TORAH Historical There has been a tradition of Torah teaching and learning by and for men. They have come
Women and Rosh Chodesh
Rosh Chodesh was considered to be a women’s holiday for a very long time. Recently, women have begun to reclaim this holiday and have formed
Worksheets Hebrew HaKolChadash worksheets Unit 01 easy Hebrew HaKolChadash worksheets Unit 01 hard Hebrew HaKolChadash worksheets Unit 02 easy Hebrew HaKolChadash worksheets Unit 02 hard
The pointer, or yad, was developed for utilitarian reasons to aid in reading the Torah. It is called a yad, which literally means ‘hand’, as
Year K-2 Pesach Meet and Greet
Year K-2 Pesach Meet & Greet Registration for this event has now closed! You’re invited to a Pesach Themed Meet & Greet lesson for Years
Images for the following Yeladim Lomdim characters are available for download (click on the name of the character, then when the image opens, do a
Yiddish is essentially a Germanic language written in Hebrew characters. Over time it acquired words and grammatical patterns from other tongues (these now form
The word Yizkor means ‘may He remember’ and is the name of a short prayer service held on Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement) and the
Yom HaAtzma’ut Explained for Kids
For many centuries, other people ruled over the land of Israel and made it part of their empires. This ended in 1948 when the independent
Yom HaAtzma'ut (Israel's Independence Day)
What is Yom HaAtzma’ut and when do we celebrate it? The name ‘Yom HaAtzma’ut’ means ‘Independence Day’. On the fifth of Iyar, 5708, which corresponded