Go Shopping

Contact your synagogue or local Jewish community center to find a location to purchase a beautiful lulav and etrog for Sukkot.

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Go Decorate

Decorate your sukkah or volunteer to help decorate your synagogue’s sukkah to assure a most joyous and uplifted experience for all who will enter it over Sukkot.

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Be Thankful

Just as Sukkot is known as Chag Ha’Asif, the Festival of the Ingathering, when farmers acknowledge their bounty, we should be thankful and acknowledge, especially during the COVID-19…

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Continue the Celebration

Enjoy spending the week “living” in the sukkah, eating meals and sleeping under the stars.

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A Family Celebration

Create your own Simchat Beit Haso’evah for your family in your sukkah adding good food and music to the celebration.

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This is the Season

Please click here to study Kohelet over Chol Hamoed Sukkot to keep the joy that we experienced over the holiday in proper perspective and to help us recognize what our life goals should…

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The Berdichever

Read up on the The Rebbe of Berdichev ("The Berdichiver") and learn about his legendary love of his fellow Jew.

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There’s More to Learn

Attend a virtual event sponsored by the U.S. Holocaust Museum to learn more about, and better appreciate, the historical impact of what transpired during the fateful years of World War…

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American Appreciation

Take a moment to appreciate the privilege of living in a Malchut Shel Chesed, a beacon of kindness, that is America, where Jews can live Jewishly and support Jewish causes as we choose.

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Be A Shadchan

Do your part. Think about your single friends and consider suggesting appropriate matches for them.

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Enjoy the Solitude

Set aside a few quiet minutes each day to appreciate all that you have and the many gifts that God has bestowed upon you.

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Don’t Miss Out

If you hear of a Hachnassat Sefer Torah (Welcoming of a Torah) clear your calendar and try to attend.

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Honor Their Memory

As today is Veterans Day, honor those who fought for, and helped protect our way of life.

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Lift Their Spirits

Perform a meaningful act of kindness today by calling relatives and friends, especially shut-ins who might really appreciate your good wishes for good health or a Shabbat Shalom.

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Shabbat Greetings

Although it is currently not prudent to personally host guests, sit outside and greet your neighbors with a hearty “Shabbat Shalom.”

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Know Your Prophets

Learn more about the female prophets and consider how their words are relevant even today.

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Never Forget

Identify a meaningful way today to remember the Holocaust and pledge to assure that acts of genocide will never happen again.

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Jewish Trailblazers

Today, a Jewish Supreme Court Justice does not make headlines for their ethnicity, only because others before them broke the glass ceiling. Appreciate the Jewish trailblazers who came…

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Know Your Israeli History

Study the history of the leaders of the State of Israel who helped found the State and helped it develop from the time of its independence, into a modern, respected nation to be reckoned…

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Critical Contributions

Marvel at the incredible contributions that medical researchers have made that have positively impacted upon the care and treatment that has benefitted society as a whole.

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Know Your Tribes

Read this week’s Torah portion of Vayeitzei on Shabbat and delve into the story of the birth of several of the Tribes of Israel.

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Plan To Attend

If you have the occasion, and appropriate steps have been taken so it would be safe to do so given COVID-19 concerns, try not to miss an opportunity to attend a Pidyon Ha'ben.

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Support Ancient Synagogues

Help rebuild and maintain Jewish religious sites that convey our rich Jewish history.

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Torah as a Guidepost

To gain masterful insight and develop a blueprint on Jewish living, study the weekly Torah portion.

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Don’t Forget Shabbat Candles

This afternoon, remember to light the Chanukah candles before lighting Shabbat candles and welcoming Shabbat.

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Get In Shape

Even if you’re not training for the Olympics, start an exercise regimen and get in shape. Keeping your body healthy is a mitzvah.

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Bring Shabbat Light Into Your Home

As Chanukah ends, light Shabbat candles early this evening and bring the warmth of Shabbat into your home. For Shabbat candle lighting times in your area, click here.

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Learn More

Read up about Jewish women who were pioneers in their field of expertise and made a significant impact helping to train others to follow in their footsteps.

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Know Your Presidents

Recognize those Presidents who used their considerable influence to support the Jewish community both in the U.S. and around the globe.

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You Owe It To Yourself!

Enrich yourself with Jewish wisdom. Set aside a few minutes each day to study the Talmud and the Torah.

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