In this post, we want to present you with five guides to Pesach products and related resources. We are certain that this post will be useful to bookmark to access everything from one page and be able to best serve your congregants and students. The first guide is the Chicago Rabbinical Council (CRC) Guide to Passover for
Chanukah is very much in vogue today, and not just because it provides a convenient excuse to give presents during “the holiday season.” Its celebration of the miraculous Jewish victory over the Greek challenge to Judaism fits the popular mold of beating the odds, the underdog having his day, and religious freedom
There is a common phenomena that individuals as well as organizations tend to do when getting caught up in either projects and/or activities that do not solely focus on their mission. Losing track of what their overall initial intended goals, missions and purposes are, can often land up being neglected. The High Holidays are just that
With winter officially underway, Rabbi Binyomin Zev Karman, Director of Curriculum and Professional Development at the Yeshiva of South Shore, has recently completed and released a new set of pertinent Mashiv Haruach booklets on All of Rabbi Karman’s booklets (see the links below) are based on the psak of