To inspire Jews to do “Teshuva, Tefilah U Tzedaka” and to facilitate opportunities of Chesed (acts of kindness) and Tfila (prayer), thus bestowing hope, love and unity within Am Yisrael.


How To Braid A Round Challah For Rosh HaShana
by Sara Rivka

Here it is dear readers at long last, a tutorial on how to braid gorgeous round challah loaves, just in time for Rosh HaShana!

Why Round Challah
by Aliza Bulow

All year long, our challah is braided, but for Rosh Hashanah, it is round. What does the shape of the loaf teach us and why do we vary it for this special time of year?