Hebrew Resources

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Hebrew Resources

Our Hebrew Resources page offers a wide variety of materials, such as Hebrew literature, music, and film, to help you immerse yourself in the language and culture of the Jewish people, the people of the Book, and gain a deeper understanding of G-d. Our materials are also suitable for a wide range of learners, including adults, children, and families.

Liturgy - Prayer

The Unique Method of Communicating with G-d
Jewish Liturgy

Jewish liturgy, or prayer, is a central component of Jewish worship and daily life. It is based on the teachings and principles outlined in the Torah. The liturgy is designed to help us to connect with G-d, express gratitude, seek guidance, and praise Him for His many blessings, B"H.

Hashkafa - Jewish Concepts

Jewish Thought and Philosophy is Rich and Complex

Hashkafa is a Hebrew term that refers to Jewish concepts and outlooks. A branch of Jewish philosophy that deals with fundamental questions about G-d, humanity, and the world and is concerned with how Jews should live their lives according to Torah law and tradition, offering a unique and profound understanding of the nature of G-d and the universe and providing a framework for spiritual growth and transformation.


Ritual Objects, Modesty, Books, Art, Clothing, and Jewelry.
Miscellaneous Judaica

One of the most recognizable Judaica items is the Menorah, a seven-branched candelabrum that is used during the Jewish holiday of Chanukah. Chanukah is a festival that celebrates the rededication of the Second Temple in Jerusalem after the Maccabean Revolt. During the eight days of Chanukah, a candle is lit on the Menorah each night to symbolize the miracle of the oil that burned for eight days. Another important Judaica item is the Mezuzah, a small scroll containing a prayer that is affixed to the doorpost of Jewish homes. The Mezuzah serves as a reminder of the Jewish people's commitment to G-d and their faith, and it is a symbol of protection and blessing for the home. Judaica art includes a range of styles and media, including painting, sculpture, and textile arts. Jewish artists have created works that reflect their cultural heritage and experiences, as well as their engagement with modern art movements. Judaica art often features themes and motifs from Jewish tradition and history, such as the Star of David, Hebrew letters, and scenes from the Bible. Judaica serves as a reminder of the Jewish people's history, faith, and traditions and continues to be an important part of Jewish cultural and religious life today.


Explore the Wisdom and Teachings of the Torah.

A wealth of resources, including articles on various topics related to the Torah, the original Hebrew text of the Torah, with its transliteration and English translation along with commentaries for a deeper understanding of the Torah.

Sacred Practices - Biblical Holidays

Purim, Pesach, Shavuot, Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Sukkot & Chanukah
Jewish Holidays

Biblical holidays have significant religious and cultural importance for the Jewish people around the world. Each holiday has its own unique traditions and customs, but they all share a common theme of connecting Jewish people to their history, culture, and religion based on the Torah of G-d.

Jewish Literature

Jewish Literature is Defined by the Jewish Experience
Jewish Literature

Jewish literature is a rich and diverse body of work that spans thousands of years, from the earliest biblical texts to contemporary works. One of the most important works of Jewish literature is the Hebrew Bible, also known as the Tanach. Jewish literature is a rich and varied body of work that has contributed to the cultural heritage of the Jewish people and the world at large.

  • Book Shelf - Recommended Judaic Books & Sources for Purchase

Jewish Music

Exploring the Rich Tradition of Jewish Music
Jewish Music

Jewish music, influenced by the cultures and musical traditions of the various countries in which Jewish communities have lived throughout history, has resulted in a rich and diverse array of styles, from the klezmer music of Eastern Europe to the Ladino music of the Sephardic Jews. One of the most prominent features of Jewish music is its use of Hebrew, the ancient language of the Jewish people. Many Jewish songs are sung in Hebrew and have become an integral part of Jewish worship and cultural identity. Another hallmark of Jewish music is its emphasis on storytelling. From the haunting melodies of traditional Jewish liturgical music to the upbeat rhythms of contemporary Jewish pop, Jewish music often tells stories of struggle, triumph, and perseverance.

Jewish Cooking

Diverse and Flavorful Cuisine that is Deeply Rooted in Torah Tradition and Culture.
Jewish Cooking

A wide range of dishes that vary depending on the region and the Jewish community that prepares them. Jewish cuisine is influenced by the dietary laws of kashrut, which prohibit the consumption of certain foods such as pork and shellfish, and require the separation of meat and dairy products.One of the most well-known Jewish dishes is matzo ball soup, a comforting soup made with chicken broth and matzo balls. Another popular Jewish dish is gefilte fish, which is made by combining ground fish with eggs, matzo meal, and various seasonings. In addition to these classic dishes, Jewish cuisine also includes a variety of savory and sweet baked goods. Challah, a braided egg bread, is a staple of Jewish cuisine and eaten on Shabbat and holidays. Bagels, which originated in Jewish communities in Eastern Europe, are also a beloved traditional food and are often served with cream cheese and lox.