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Spelt Challah

The other week for Rosh Hashannah (Jewish new year) I made Challah for the very first time. I can’t take any credit for the recipe, it’s all on here  51 more words

Bread

A Cathedral in Time - A Tabernacle in Space

it all starts with the story of two Rebbes in a sukkah…..

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Bible

Last minute lunch for 50: tips, tools and tastes

Once a year, my mum puts on a lunch for over 50 people to celebrate Jewish New Year. This is no ordinary lunch… it’s a banquet, meticulously styled and planned down to the last basil leaf and elevated ceramic platter. 969 more words

Inspiration

Make a Joyful Noise!

Today is the first day of Rosh Hashanah, the beginning of the Jewish new year, traditionally tied to the birth of Adam and Eve, which is to say the human race. 123 more words

For Pastors And Teachers

What's New with the Jewish New Year

Welcome to the new Madlik Podcast!

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Bible

The Rosh Hashannah Card Has A Story

In 1936 my Grandma Thelma’s siblings sent her a Rosh Hashannah card from Poland. On the front is a photo of her siblings. Seated are her brother Isaac and his wife, Bronia. 615 more words

Divine Appointments

In Levitcus 23:44, the phrase el mo’adai Yahweh occurs as a conclusion to a chapter where Moses has “announced to the Israelites the appointed festivals of the Lord (Leviticus 23:44).  530 more words

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