The Year Is Set

Rosh Hashana, the head of the year, is the day on which God determines the fate and fortunes of both individuals and communities for the year to come. It is assumed that on this day God…

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The Year is Set

Rosh Hashana, the head of the year, is the day on which God determines the fate and fortune of both individuals and communities for the year to come. It is assumed that on this day God…

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For Next Year

The Chanukah menorah and its supplies (oil, candles, etc.) will all last from year to year, so pack them neatly together for use next year. 

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To The New Year

NJOP and Jewish Treats wishes you and yours a happy and healthy new year.

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New Year’s Greeting

NJOP and Jewish Treats wishes you and yours a healthy and happy new year.

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Last Shabbat of the Year

Do something special to mark the last Shabbat of the year 5775.

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Year Round

Teshuva, tefila and tzedaka (repentance, prayer and charity) are important all year, not just during the High Holidays.

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Happy New Year

Send a New Year’s card to a friend to whom you haven’t spoken in a few years.

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Wish both Jews and Non-Jews a Happy and Successful Jewish New Year

On Rosh Hashana we celebrate the creation of the first human being. While only Jews celebrate Rosh Hashana, it is an important anniversary for all humankind.

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Ready For Next Year

When you put your menorah away, make certain to clean out the left over wax or oil first. 

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Last Shabbat of the Year

Celebrate the last Shabbat of 5776 with friends and/or family.

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A Tree For The Year

Create your own forest of knowledge by building up a library of Jewish books. 

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Menu for the New Year

Be creative and incorporate traditional foods such as apples, honey and pomegranates into you Rosh Hashana meals.

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At This Time of Year

If you are in New York, consider a last minute change of plans to support the National Jewish Outreach Program, the creator and sponsor of Jewish Treats, at their Annual Dinner on…

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New Year, New Understanding

Know someone who is looking for a new Rosh Hashana experience? Maybe one of these Beginner Services is just what they need: Beginner Service Locations

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New Season, New Month

The Talmudic term for the summer solstice is Tekuphat Tammuz, and at sunset tonight the first day of the Hebrew month of Tammuz begins. Celebrate Rosh Chodesh with a special meal or…

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Purim’s A Month

Purim is officially one month away. Begin preparing now.

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The Month of May

During Jewish American Heritage Month, take special pride in the history of our people in this nation.

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One Month

Use the next month to prepare to make the most of Rosh Hashana.

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In One Month’s Time

Rosh Hashana is one month away. Make your holiday plans now.

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Greeting of the Month

Greet your fellow Jews with "chodesh tov," the customary greeting at the start of each month.

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An Extra Month of Joy

The Talmud (Ta'anith 29a) states: "Me'sheh'nichnas Adar, marbin b'simchah," With the beginning of Adar, rejoicing is increased Have a great extra month of Adar!

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For National Novel Writing Month: Laura Z.

Although three of her published novels were structured around a Jewish storyline, Laura Zametkin Hobson did not wish to be perceived as a Jewish American novelist. She saw being a writer…

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A Month Devoid of Pomp

While everyone likes a party and holidays, there is also holiness in the mundane. Each day brings with it opportunities for Godliness.

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For the New Month

Prepare something special for dinner in honor of Rosh Chodesh.

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Employee of the Month

Make certain to take the time to recognize and appreciate what your coworkers do. 

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Women’s History Month

Acknowledge the important contribution of Jewish women in history!

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In Honor of the New Month

Do something special in honor of Rosh Chodesh: have a special dinner, get together with friends, etc.

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Yom Tov – The First Festival Days

Yom TovThe First Festival Days Sukkot is a 7 day holiday. The first day (first two days outside of Israel) are Yamim Tovim –…

First You Then You

From a broad perspective, the opportunity for all members of a prayer service to participate in a Torah Reading Service is an important statement on Jewish inclusion. In reality, however,…

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