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Families donate gifts or money to charitable organizations instead of exchanging gifts on the sixth night of Chanukah.
The contemporary custom of wrapping presents gifts arose in conjunction with Christmas, but many aspects of gift-giving have distinctly Jewish roots, each of which has helped set the stage for the development of the ritual into what it is today.
A congregation created three comprehensive projects for the Friendship House, a homeless shelter for abused women, children at risk, migrant workers, and the Sunrise Community, an agency for developmentally disabled adults.
With your children, watch these Shalom Sesame videos to learn the story of Hanukkah. Then try the discussion ideas and activities recommended by Reform Jewish educators to further extend the lessons learned in the videos.
Together with your children, watch these Shalom Sesame videos, then try the activities recommended by Reform Jewish educators.
Raised awareness to the plight of the three Israeli soldiers captured in the 2006 Lebanon War.
Learn how one congregation with geographically dispersed members maximized its reach in a world with increasing competition for people’s time and energy.
Pairing congregants with foster children to provide gifts, arrange special events and help subsidize costs for foster parents in need.