Category: Mo’edim and Holidays

Holidays: Kwanzaa – A Celebration of African Heritage – December 26 through January 1

  Shalom, everyone! The holiday of Kwanzaa is a seven-day festival observed each year in the African-American and many African Diaspora communities around the world from December 26th through January 1st on the Gregorian calendar. The non-sectarian holiday, created by African-American activist Maulana Karenga, celebrates African heritage in the African-American and African Diaspora cultures. Kwanzaa was […]

Holiday Greetings: An Easy, Meaningful Fast and G’mar Chatima Tovah from Gevirah.com! #2018 #YomHaKippurim

Gevirah.com wish all who remember and observe an easy and meaningful fast and “G’mar Chatima Tovah” (“A good final sealing”) this Yom HaKippurim (“Day of Atonement”).  Yom HaKippurim is a biblical holiday YAH commanded B’nei Israel to commemorate annually on the tenth day of the Seventh Month (10th of Ethanim), with a […]