menorah

Every year, Jews gather around the menorah and celebrate eight days of Hanukkah.
Every year, Jews gather around the menorah and celebrate eight days of Hanukkah.
The Wilshire Boulevard Temple Camps were destroyed in the Woolsey fire, but a hilltop menorah withstood the blaze.
First Night It's Sunday! If you've got nieces and nephews by relation or by choice who live nearby, this is the time to spend
Keeping your faith while studying in college is one of the biggest difficulties of being away from home.
Just like birthdays, each passing year of single status, is a constant reminder of what you have still failed to accomplish. Sure, maybe you got a promotion. Or bought a new house. But if you still show up at the dinner table without a plus one, it always seems to feel much more monumental.
Maybe Adam Sandler taught you everything you need to know about Hanukkah, but if you're curious beyond the marijuanakkah and gin & tonikkah then read on, my friend.
The intersection of religion and social media came to a beautiful crescendo this year with the double holiday of Thanksgiving
One of the key lessons of the Hanukkah story is that if we are to create an enduring future, we must have the wherewithal to fashion sacred moments here and now that uplift our spirits and have the potential of becoming touchstones.
You see, for the past few years during Chanukah we have strapped a large menorah to the top of our van. Depending on where you live, you may have seen this. But for the general public of Philadelphia, this definitely draws attention.
I don't know what the artist had in mind when crafting this piece by hand. I don't think that anyone will ever know.
It may be politically correct to say "Happy Holidays," but it is historically, culturally, and religiously incorrect!
Chanukah, known as the Festival of Lights, uses a hybridized version of the original menorah -- eight cups instead of seven, to hearken back to the original as well as to commemorate the great miracle of the single cruise of oil lasting for eight days.
As Jamaican Jews, we have been enormously appreciative of the religious freedom that we have been granted on this glorious tropical island.