The synagogue and the home are both considered to be sacred places for the different movements of Judaism, namely Orthodox, Reform and Liberal Jews.
What is a synagogue?
An important Jewish prayer
A shawl worn by Jews
A Jewish place of worship, a place to study and a community centre
How many Jewish men are needed for a minyan?
What might Jews study in the synagogue?
How to worship
What they should and should not eat
Which movement of Judaism believe that the Torah is the direct word of God?
What do both Liberal and Reform Jews have in common?
They believe the Jewish teachings are pointless
They aim to bring the Jewish teachings up-to-date
They have left the Jewish religion
Why is the home greatly valued by Jews?
Because it is the place where their religion is learnt and practised
Because it is where they have their family meals
Because it is where their children are raised
What symbol can be found in many Jewish homes?
What do Jews observe from sunset Friday to sunset Saturday?
What traditions take place at the home during Shabbat?
Visiting the synagogue
The woman lighting candles, a family meal and reciting of the Kiddush prayer
Saying the Shema prayer
Where will Jews visit during Shabbat?