Sefaria is filled with resources to help you teach and celebrate Chanukah. Explore some of our favorite source sheets and relevant texts from the library.Read More
Sefaria is the first organization to completely digitize the Jastrow and the Klein dictionaries, and we can't wait for you to experience them in the library!Read More
You can now filter queries for Sheets by Groups and Tags. You can also sort Sheets by number of views, date created and relevance.Read More
Sefaria joins the entire Jewish community in mourning the victims of the devastating shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, PA.Read More
With Rosh Hashanah behind us, here's a snapshot of the resources Sefaria has to help you learn and find inspiration in advance of Yom Kippur.
5 Steps to At-one-ment — a Yom Kippur Meditation Study — by Goldi Kozloski
Fasting and Self Affliction on Yom Kippur (Introduction to Halakhah) — by Rabbi Ephraim Pelcovitz
Yom Kippur and Purim/Jonah and Esther — by Rabbi David Segal
On Jonah: Change or Truth? — by Miriam GrossmanRead More
Did you know we have four High Holiday machzors on Sefaria to help you prepare for the holidays?
Our Nusach Ashkenaz machzors feature an interlinear translation — perfect for going back and forth between the Hebrew liturgy and the English, line by line.Read More
How many Judgment Days are there and why is this Day of Judgment different from all other Days of Judgment?
Challenge: Build a source sheet explaining why the judgment day of Rosh Hashanah is unique — or argue that it's not! Use our library of texts to build a case or bring in outside texts, multimedia, and your own thoughts. If you are an educator, get your students involved, too!
Don't forget to tag it #Judgment Day 5779 so your sheet shows up in the Source Sheet Library. Bonus: your sheet may end up featured in Sefaria's social media!
Need some inspiration? Here are a few texts that offer different interpretations of how many judgment days are in the Jewish calendar:Read More