Thursday, July 31, 2014 Av 4, 5774

We go back to our archives for some ideas for tashlich, or the custom of literally and symbolically emptying our pockets into flowing water to "wash away our sins."
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The New Year is rapidly approaching - a time to gather together with family and friends in the home and in the synagogue. And we work to make our table beautiful for Rosh Hashanah, just like we do for Shabbat. Here's a fun and simple idea for you to try. You will need: a plastic apple; a plastic honey bear;...
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The Midrash tells us that the world was created in the month of Tishrei. That's also when Adam was created - and then, with one of his ribs, when Eve was created - making it the birthday of this first man and woman. To make your own "Happy Birthday to the World!" banner, you will need: a long, horizontal piece...
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Jared Shelly, JE Feature
The people at Temple Menorah Keneseth Chai take pride in their synagogue's warm, welcoming atmosphere - a place where everyone can feel at ease. It's one of the qualities they point to that helped them reach their 80th anniversary, celebrated this past spring. "You don't have to get dressed up here, you don't have to compete with anyone. We're known...
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Lubavitch of Bucks County has built a new center in Newtown where the Jews of the community can socialize, hang out, or just sit and sip a cup of Joe. The 18,500-square-foot building - slated to be formerly dedicated on Oct. 2 - will serve as a second home for the Lubavitch group, which prior to the expansion only had...
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