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Bar Mitzvah Cards – Memorable Keepsakes

Bar Mitzvah Cards – Memorable Keepsakes

In every Jewish boy’s life, the coming of age ceremony when he turns 13 years old is a huge milestone. The bar mitzvah is celebrated with a moving ceremony where the boy becomes a full member of the Jewish congregation followed by a party to commemorate the occasion. Inviting all family and friends is the […]

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How to Say the Kaddish

How to Say the Kaddish

The Kaddish is a Jewish prayer usually recited at funerals. Sons are required to say Kaddish for eleven months after the death of a parent. The Kaddish is also recited at morning and evening prayer services, during Shabbat and other holidays, and on days of fasting. Kaddish which literally means sanctification is a prayer affirming […]

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How to Observe Brit Milah

How to Observe Brit Milah

Brit Milah is a Jewish ceremony performed on a baby boy eight days after he is born. Also known as Covenant of Circumcision, this ritual is done as a covenant between God and the children of Israel as written in the book of Genesis 17:1-14 and Leviticus 12:3.  The circumcision is done by cutting the foreskin of […]

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Honor Your Jewish Heritage with Decorative Kiddush Cups

Honor Your Jewish Heritage with Decorative Kiddush Cups

Whether celebrating Shabbat, a wedding, or any of the Jewish holidays, the reciting of the Kiddush is an important part of the ceremony, so the Kiddush cup that is used should convey the proper respect and dignity that the ritual deserves. With so many styles available, choosing the perfect one is not always an easy […]

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Uncle Moishy: Our Bar Mitzvah Celebration Vol. 13

Uncle Moishy: Our Bar Mitzvah Celebration Vol. 13

Uncle Moishy & the Mitzvah Men Mazel Tov! This recording features 10 great new kids’ songs highlighting Middos and Derech Eretz. Uncle Moishy and the Mitzvah Men are proud to celebrate out Bar Mitzvah edition with all our friends around the world! As we continue to do Mitzvos and learn Torah, our celebration never ends! […]

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MitzvahChic

MitzvahChic

How to Host a Meaningful, Fun, Drop-Dead Gorgeous Bar or Bat Mitzvahby Gail Anthony Greenberg An indispensable, modern-day guide to planning the perfect bar or bat mitzvah, celebrating substance and style. There used to be only two approaches to the bar or bat mitzvah party a low-key event that reflects the solemnity of this sacred […]

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Putting G-d on Your Guest List – For Kids

Putting G-d on Your Guest List - For Kids

How to Claim the Spiritual Meaning of Your Bar or Bat Mitzvahby Rabbi Jeffery K Salkin The kid’s companion to the award-winning ‘Putting God on the Guest List: How to Reclaim the Spiritual Meaning of Your Child’s Bar or Bat Mitzvah’. A guide especially for kids to help them spiritually prepare for their Bar/Bat mitzvah. […]

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Mazel Tov Planner

Mazel Tov Planner

Organize your next simcha. Here is a program that will save you time and money. Next Bar/Bat Mitzvah or wedding use Mazal Tov Planner…. You will finally free yourself of all the paperwork and simple mistakes that are bound to happen during any Simcha. This program will help you from Invitations, to Thank You cards. […]

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Mazal Tov Planner

Everybody's Got a Little Music

Here is a program that will save you time and money. Next Bar/Bat Mitzvah or wedding use Mazal Tov Planner…. You will finally free yourself of all the paperwork and simple mistakes that are bound to happen during any Simcha. This program will help you from Invitations, to Thank You cards. Keeps track of everything […]

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More Shabbos In My Soul

More Shabbos In My Soul

Baruch Leff Publisher: Feldheim What a pleasure to learn that tasting Shabbos foods on erev Shabbos is actually a mitzvah! In his new book, More Shabbos in My Soul, Rabbi Boruch Leff once again turns the ordinary into extraordinary by reminding us how to infuse passion into our weekly preparations and observance of Shabbos. From […]

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The Jewish Woman Next Door: Repairing the World One Step at a Time

The Jewish Woman Next Door: Repairing the World One Step at a Time

Debby Flancbaum Publisher: Urim Publications The Jewish Woman Next Door: Repairing the World One Step at a Time is a collection of absorbing essays about contemporary Jewish women – some known throughout the world, others known only in their own communities – who engage in extraordinary acts of kindness. Although the women featured in this […]

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Judaism for Dummies

Judaism for Dummies

Rabbi Ted Falcon Ph.D. Publisher: Hungry Minds, Inc. If you want to reconnect with your Jewish heritage, or if you’re just curious about the Jewish experience, then this friendly guide is for you. With a dose of warmth and humor, you’ll discover key Jewish beliefs and traditions, understand the importance of Jewish history, and learn […]

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