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Festival Programmes

Festival Programmes

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Festival Progammes

Apple Dipped in Honey.jpgChabad brings the joy of the Jewish holidays to life for Jews from all backgrounds and walks of life. With numerous programmes ranging from High Holiday youth services, public Chanukah menorah lightings and children's workshops and Passover Model Matzah Bakeries, there is always something going on which you can enjoy.

Check your local Chabad centre for details or contact Tzivos Hashem who can bring programmes to your School, Cheder, or community.

Before every holiday, very informative brochures are produced describing the background of the holiday, with inspirational articles, and easy-to-follow guides, to help you through the holiday customs step-by-step.

The links below offer a colourful palette of informative, stimulating and entertaining resources for each of the Jewish Holidays throughout the year:

 

Jewish Festive Season
Resources for the High Holidays: Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Sukkot.
Light over Darkness
Information about Chanukah including recipies, songs and lots more.
Festival of Joy
An overview of the Purim festival with inspirational insights and multimedia activities.
Festival of Freedom
From Kansas to Kathmandu find a Passover seder that's near you using the interactive Pesach site.
The Giving of the Torah
The Shavuot festival marks the giving of the Torah to the Jewish people. Learn more about it here.
Destruction and Renewal
Tisha B'Av and the Three Weeks mark the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem, but also hold hope for renewal.
The Soul of Torah
The birthday of Jewish mysticism... The spiritual significance of the Bow and Arrow... Can love be true and can truth be loving? ... What is Kabbalah?
Second Passover
30 days ago we cleaned our homes and souls of leaven and matzahed our way through the week-long festival. And now -- a Second Passover!
49 Steps in Self-Refinement
Between the holidays of Passover and Shavuot, the Omer is counted each evening, signifying our preparation for the receiving of the Torah on the holiday of Shavuot.
Love and Rebirth
Our Sages proclaimed the 15th of Av as one of the two greatest festivals of the year, yet they ordained no special observances or celebrations for it...
Jerusalem Under Siege
What happened on Tevet 10th? ... Why do we need the Holy Temple?...The positive aspects of a "siege mentality"... The Rebbe on the Holocaust...
The New Year for Trees
Tu B'Shevat, the 15th of Shevat on the Jewish calendar is the day that marks the beginning of a "New Year for Trees."
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