Three Critical Steps

Engaging in repentance, prayer and charity, improves our chances of being blessed with a favorable judgment this coming New Year.

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Prepare Your Yom Kippur Wardrobe

To better appreciate and experience the significance of the day, set aside something white to wear on Yom Kippur.

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Time to Shop

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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Continue the Celebration

Enjoy spending the week of Sukkot living in the sukkah, eating meals and sleeping under the stars.

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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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Contributions of Jews to American Culture

Jews have contributed much to American culture. These innovations should be lauded and should make Jews feel proud of what has been accomplished.

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Being Grateful

Avoid the mistakes made by those who built the Tower of Babel. Instead, be thankful for all of the wonderful gifts that have been bestowed upon you. To learn more about the significance…

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Life Lessons

Learn life lessons from everything around you and apply their pearls of wisdom into everyday life.

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Stay Connected

Share Jewish Treats with friends and family to help them stay connected to their Jewish roots.

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Honor Them

Honor those who have, and continue to serve, your country.

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The Four New Years

THE FOUR NEW YEARS The Jewish New Year - We Jews are especially fortunate because the Jewish calendar has four different "New Years," each representing a different feature of the annual…

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The Three Weeks

June 27- July 18, 2021The Three WeeksThe Seventeenth of Tammuz marks the beginning of a period known as the “Three Weeks.”…

One Week From Now

Shabbat Across America and Canada will take place on March 4, 2011. Check here to find a participating location near you.

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Community Programs

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High Holiday 101 Web Series

High Holiday 101Web Series NJOP’s High Holidays 101 web series features Rabbi Ephraim Z. Buchwald, Founder and Director of…

Tammy Reid’s Sweet Challah

TraditionalSweet Challah Recipe submitted by Tammy Reid Ingredients:6 cups flour 3 eggs 3 Tbsp honey 1/3 cup sugar 2…

Rabbi Buchwald on Purim

Rabbi BuchwaldOn Purim Let Rabbi Ephraim Z. Buchwald, Founder and Director of NJOP, take you through some of the essential…

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Crash Course in Basic Judaism Lecture Series

Crash Course in Basic Judaism Lecture Series NJOP Director Rabbi Ephraim Z. Buchwald delivers this thought-provoking Crash…

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Thank You

Thank You for Your Contribution! Explore NJOPOffer a Program or Class in Your CommunityMY…

Join Worldwide Jewry this Shabbat in Remembering the Victims in Pittsburgh

Join worldwide Jewry this Shabbat in remembering the victims in Pittsburgh. Participate this Shabbat in Jewish Federations of North America's “Solidarity Shabbat,” and online in…

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T.I.A.

In honor of NJOP's 30th anniversary, please help support NJOP and Jewish Treats. Click Here

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For the Fast

Fast days such as today are meant for inspiring acts of teshuva (repentance). Think about how your actions may have affected other people and apologize or forgive if…

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One More Day

One more day until SHABBAT ACROSS AMERICA AND CANADA, find out more here.

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Invite Your Friends

If you are already planning to attend a SHABBAT ACROSS AMERICA AND CANADA program, invite some friends to join you.

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This Shabbat

Make plans to celebrate Shabbat in honor of Shabbat Across America and Canada.

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Sheket…Bevakasha

There are not too many cultures where people laugh when they are told to “shut up, please!” Yet, there are many Jews who, in that situation, do exactly that- laugh! In fact, anyone who…

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A Comforting Shabbat

Try to go to synagogue and hear the comforting words of the Haftarah of Shabbat Nachamu.

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