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A Time for EverythingRituals Against Forgetting
18 Oct 2013 to 9 Feb 2014
JMB Journal 9: Times
"For the Pampered Audience"
A Short History of Ritual Lights by Michal Friedlander
JMB Journal 18
Judaism for Beginners
This workshop is suitable for grades 5 to 13 as well as for adults (in German).
Holidays: Old Rituals, New Customs (18)
Old Rituals, New Customs
Museum employees talk about traditions on Jewish holidays.
Across Mannheim in the Matzo-Mobile
David Studniberg about the great feeling to support others during the corona crisis
The Big Clean-Up
Dana Akrish on Passover in Jerusalem
A Kind of Family Gathering
Bitter Herbs and Their Relatives in the Diaspora Garden
A Small Window onto History
Aubrey Pomerance, Head of Archives, on a newly acquired Passover Haggadah and its previous owners in Kreuzberg
Behind the Scenes
The Long Night of Tikkun
Mirjam Wenzel and Avner Ofrath about what we can learn from loving women
New Customs for the New Year
Shlomit Tripp about tashlikh boats and petals on the water
Kol Nidre and the “Civil Improvement of the Jews”
Haim Mahlev on controversies throughout the ages
Apples in Honey and Gefilte Fish
Museum employees share their personal experiences of the High Holidays
Avner Ofrath on Yom Kippur in Israel
Naomi Lubrich on candy as a tricky matter for synagogues on Simhat Torah
Hanukkah Lasts Eight Days...
and for each day, we’ve got a little treat for you here (including some information about Chrismukkah)
“8 Facts” about Hanukkah
David Studniberg on the Jewish Feast of Dedication
“If I were a rich mouse ...”
Michal Friedlander on Mickey, Minnie and their Hanukkah message
In the Sleeping Car with Ten Hand-puppets and a Travel Hanukkah Candelabrum
Shlomit Tripp on her Hanukkah with the bubales family
Menurkeys for Thanksgivukkah?
Food for thought and recipes by Signe Rossbach
Tu bi-Shevat Traditions in Israel
Avner Ofrath on trees, fruit, and a breath of New Age
“Clever Esther” – Not Suitable for Children?!
Shlomit Tripp reports about her child-oriented retelling of the Esther story
Quite “best practice”
Tom Chai Sosnik celebrated his coming out as transgender in spring 2015 with remarkable aplomb – in a ceremony performed by Rabbi Tsipi Gabai at a Jewish school in California, supported by his family.