This week marks two holidays: Yom Hazikaron (Israeli Memorial Day) and Yom Ha'atzmaut (Israel Independence Day). Celebrate and honor these holidays with remembrances, songs, food, and our special Yom Ha'atzmaut DIY wine tasting.
Often called the "Jewish Earth Day," Tu Bishvat has become a time to connect traditional Jewish values of taking care of the Earth with today's environmental values. Learn more on how to celebrate, including this year's Big Bold Jewish Climate Fest.
The weekly ritual of Shabbat is an opportunity to slow down for a self-care moment. Chava Mirel, a local Jewish vocalist and prayer leader, calls it “a perfect nexus between joy and peace.”
Passover is a pilgrimage holiday that commemorates the Exodus of Jews from slavery in Egypt. In 2019 (5779 on the Jewish calendar), Passover starts at sundown on Friday, April 19, and ends at sundown on the evening of April 27. …