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The holidays of Pesach (Passover) and Sukkot are celebrated with great excitement and dedication, yet, nestled between these festive bookends are the lesser-known but significant days…

Building a sukkah is a significant and joyful part of the Jewish observance of Sukkot. The sukkah is a temporary structure that represents the shelters the…

Sukkot is a Jewish holiday that is celebrated in the autumn on the 14th of Tishrei, four days after Yom Kippur. It is one of the…

Shabbat and the biblical holidays, known as chagim, are observed for a duration of 25 hours instead of the typical 24 hours. Note that these are…

Every Jewish community uses the holidays as a time to connect each other, to pause, and to relearn Torah and Jewish history. These holidays hold deep…