Ritual & Prayer

Three traditions define the beginning of Shabbat. The lighting and blessing over the candles, the blessing over the wine, and the blessing over challah are three simple acts that welcome in Judaism’s holiest day of the week. In the traditional candlelighting, one candle is lit to ‘remember’ (zachor) the Sabbath and the other as a reminder to ‘observe’ (shamor) the Sabbath. [Shamor and zachor are the first words of the commandments in the two Ten Commandments passages in the Torah concerning Shabbat (Exodus 20:8; Deuteronomy 5:12).]


A Woman of Valor is a unique collection inspired by a Biblical poem honoring a woman in gratitude, praise and appreciation. Each original design is an expression of admiration and celebration of all women.   See more of our selection... [ more ]


The Hanukkah Menorah (or Hanukiah) is an eight-branched candelabrum lit during the eight-day holiday of Hanukkah. The ninth candle, called the shamash ("helper or servant"), is used to light all other candles. It is among the most widely produced articles of Jewish ceremonial art... [ more ]


When you buy from our in-house Judaica Shop, more of the proceeds go to benefit our Synagogue through the Sisterhood. [ more ]

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