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Welcome to our Online How To Academy

Our team of spiritual leaders and educators has developed a variety of resources to aid you in your spiritual journey and deepen your connection with your faith. Whether you are new to prayer or have been praying for years, we hope that our resources will bring more meaning and purpose to your daily practice. Here, you can access instructional videos and other resources to aid you in your journey of faith.

The Shema
Shema Yisrael is a Jewish prayer (known as the Shema)that serves as a centrepiece of the Jewish life

Blessing of Children
Traditionally, the blessing of children takes place on Friday nightbefore the family seat down for the Shabbat meal.Each child in turn gets a personal blessing.

The Wedding Vow
The wedding vow said by the groom who sanctifies hiswife to be above all others.

Hatikvah 'The Hope' is the national anthemof the State of Israel.

The word tzitzit (צִיצִית) is literally definedas “fringes,” and refers to the

Washing Hands
Before we are to eat any meal that contains bread,we wash our hands and perform this

Blessing Over Bread (Hamotzi)
The Blessing Over The Bread (Hamotzi) is said at thebeginning of the meal before cutting

Adon Olam
Adon Olam (Hebrew: אֲדוֹן עוֹלָם; "Eternal Lord" or "Sovereign of the Universe") is a hymn in the Jewish liturgy. It has been a regular part of the da… More...

Shalom Aleichem
Shalom Aleichem (literally “peace be upon you”) is both a traditional Jewish greeting and the title of a poem commonly sung at the beginning of the Fr…

Mourner's Kaddish
Mourner's Kaddish (Kaddish Yatom), traditionally said by mourners––that is, those who have lost a parent during the previous eleven months or a child,…

Shabbat Kiddush (Blessing)
Kiddush means 'sanctification' or 'to make holy' and is the blessing said over wine or grape juice on Shabbat or festivals. More...

Eshet Chayil (Woman Of Valour)
A poem sung by a husband for his wife at the beginning of Shabbat originally said as praise by Avraham to his wife Sarah upon her death. More...

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