For Jews, practising their faith involves worship and prayer at home and in the synagogue. Being part of a community, celebrating festivals and marking rites of passage together are all important within Judaism.
What is the name for the raised platform in the synagogue?
What do the middle 13 blessings of the Amidah say?
Ask for mercy
Ask for help
Why is a candle lit at the end of Shabbat?
To bring light into the home
To represent God's commandments
To rejuvenate Jews for the week
What is the name of the coming-of-age ceremony for Orthodox Jewish girls?
What is a mikveh?
A ritual bath
A meal at Rosh Hashanah
What is the name given to someone qualified to carry out a circumcision?
What is a chuppah?
A wedding canopy
The 12-month period before the wedding
The book signed at a wedding
How long are Jews typically in mourning after the loss of a parent?
12 months (a year)
Which of the following foods do the mitzvot not allow Jews to eat?
What is eaten at Rosh Hashanah to represent the hope of a sweet new year?
Apples dipped in honey