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Hanukkah Candle Lighting Blessings: English and Hebrew
Learn more about this practice and about the blessings that are said in this article . ... of the most important parts of celebrating the Jewish festival of Hanukkah.
How to Perform the Jewish Ritual of Havdalah - About Judaism
... Spirituality · Judaism · Jewish Prayers and Worship ... In addition to saying blessings, there are three important components of havdalah: wine; fragrant spices ...
Blessing the Children on Shabbat - How to Bless a ... - About Judaism
In many Jewish homes a special blessing is said over the children on Friday evening as Shabbat begins. Learn how to say these blessings and why they are  ...
How to Light a Hanukkah Menorah - About Judaism
Instructions for lighting the menorah during the holiday of Hanukkah including blessings and a list of materials you will need.
How to Light Yahrzeit (Memorial) Candles - About Judaism
Every year it is Jewish custom (minhag) to light a special candle that burns for ... There are no special prayers or blessings that must be recited while lighting a ...
The Jewish Shabbat Morning Prayer Service Shacharit
Learn more about the different prayers that are said by the Jewish ... The actual blessings recited in each synagogue will vary but they generally include such ...
What Is the Shehechiyanu Blessing? - About Judaism
The Shehechiyanu is a Jewish blessing that thanks God for sustaining our lives so that we could experience a moment of joy. It reminds us that life is a gift from ...
Jewish Wedding Readings (Traditional and Secular) - Weddings
denomination, you may be able to incorporate some additional prayers, blessings, or readings. And if you're a secular Jew, there are wedding readings ...
Apple and Honey - Rosh HaShanah - The Jewish New Year
This sweet combination stems from an age-old Jewish tradition of eating sweet foods to ... Say the first part of the prayer, which is a blessing thanking God for the  ...
What Is a Bracha? - About Judaism
In Judaism a bracha is a blessing that is recited at specific times during services and rituals. A bracha can also be said when someone experiences something ...
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