As the summer comes to a close and we begin to countdown the days until Rosh Hashanah, Ketubah.com has been busy checking out the best Instagram pages to help you learn, plan, prep, cook and shop for the holiday. In no particular order, here is a list of some of our favorites to help you celebrate the Jewish New Year.
18 Doors – Unlocking Jewish empowers people in interfaith relationships – individuals, couples, families and their children – to engage in Jewish life and make Jewish choices, while encouraging Jewish communities to welcome them. The organization offers programming for interfaith couples and families, professional development for Jewish organizations and digital content for more exploration, serving as an industry leader in making
Jewish more welcoming and inclusive. 18Doors is an approachable and impactful team of professionals leading change.
Check out their instagram page for these cute and simple infographics on what is tashlich and the 4 different ways to greet people on Rosh Hasahnah. Head on over to their website for more with their Rosh Hashanah Cheat Sheet.
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My Jewish Learning is all about empowering Jewish discovery for anyone interested in learning more. Their website offers thousands of articles, videos and other resources to help navigate all aspects of Judaism and Jewish life — from food to history to beliefs and practices. Geared toward all backgrounds and levels of knowledge there is always something new to learn at My Jewish Learning.
Want to try something different this Holiday season? Learn how to create and celebrate with a Sephardic Rosh Hashana Seder.
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Bringing modern design to Jewish lives since 2007, Modern Tribe is contemporary Judaica that fits your lifestyle. Carrying over 100 artists and brands, Modern Tribe is constantly sourcing and adding new products from all over the world. Shipping worldwide from Ohio, this online Judaica shop prides itself on their excellent customer service.
With Tzedakah (or charity), as an important part of Jewish values Modern Tribe regularly donates a portion of sales to causes like the ACLU, Equal Justice Initiative, World Central Kitchen, JNF and more.
A family business growing out of a love for modern Jewish living, Amy Kritzer Becker and her brother Andrew Kritzer think Jewish products should be as fun as its people. Amy started the modern Jewish recipe blog What Jew Wanna Eat in 2010, and her passion for making Judaism more approachable through food grew and grew. Whether shopping for Jewish Jewelry or Bar and Bat Mitzvah Gifts, ModernTribe is your source for Judaica from all over the world with a modern design aesthetic. Amy and Andrew strive to include only products that are truly well-designed, clever, and beautiful while working with many independent creators and artists.
We love these Marzipan Shana Tova Honeycomb Greetings and the 5782 Calendar Tea Towels. For many more holiday and year round items visit Modern Tribe
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