With Chanukah arriving on the heels of Thanksgiving, Jews will welcome the wealth of gifts and resources available on the UAHC Web site to make their celebrations hassle-free.
As a kid, Shabbat meant brisket. I loved that. Every once in a while, my mother would get inspired and feel the need to… cook? No, she always cooked in those days. It wasn't until many years later that dinner was more likely to be ordered than made.
A wealth of books, music, and on-line articles are now available to help families through the flurry of getting ready for the High Holy Days season.
Typically, at some point in my work on this project, my wife will lean over my shoulder and ask me, in her own style, “So. How are the Jews this year?” Some years that is a difficult question to answer. This year the answer is clear: The Jews are afraid.