sukkot

The word "Sukkot" means "huts" or "booths", referring to the booth-like structures that Jews are to eat their meals in over the course of the holiday, and preferably to sleep in too!

Holy Temple

The Temple’s bricks and stone have been destroyed, but the Divine Promise still stands. The Temple will be rebuilt and until that day Zion will never be forgotten.

In this tragic period of utter darkness, we welcome the approaching Festival of Lights and the timeless lessons of the Holy Menorah. Why has the Menorah endured as the timeless symbol of Jewish light?

Ramat Shlomo Quarry Artifacts

Quarry dating back to 2nd Temple period exposed in Jerusalem's Ramat Shlomo Quarter. Huge stones quarried there were presumably used in construction of city’s magnificent public buildings