In these weeks leading up to Tisha B’av, we read a passage of Jeremiah, overflowing with water imagery and see the boiling point.
This week’s haftarah marks the three weeks leading up to Tisha B’av and uses Jeremiah’s words to do so, when Israelites are building walls.
Movement acts as part of prayer, orchestrated in traditional Jewish settings, thus putting us in touch with the ebb and flow of the liturgy.
What composes the inner grit, the resilient core of a person? Whatever it is, Pharoah is notoriously lacking.
The Yom Kippur Musaf Service includes two services: the Avodah service and the Martyrology service. Musaf follows Yizkor and Torah reading.
What are the commemorative holidays of Yom HaShoah, Yom haZikkaron, Yom Haatzma’ut, and Yom Yerushalayim and what do we do on them?