Kiddush


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Kiddush

(kĭd`əsh) [Heb.,=sanctification], Jewish ceremonial blessing indicating the beginning of the Sabbath or any other Hebrew festival. Kiddush is also said at mealtime and consists of a prayer of benediction over the occasion and the wine or bread.
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Tuesday at 2935 Onyx St., with kiddush and dairy buffet of homemade cheesecake and more.
This episode is the classic biblical example of Kiddush Hashem, the willingness to risk one's life in order to sanctify God's Name.
One person feels an invitation to visit a synagogue, perhaps staying for the community Kiddush cup at the conclusion of Shabbat services.
The Kiddush ritual will take place during the ceremony, Sabatai Versanov, chair of the Jewish community "Shalom" in Burgas, has told the Bulgarian National Radio.
There was a traditional hamotzi (blessing for the bread) and a kiddush (blessing of the wine) and a naming ceremony, where their new son, Ray, was given a Jewish name, Reuven, but there was no traditional cutting.
For example, today artisans in Hebron manufacture Judaica, such as Kiddush cups and Seder dishes, for Jews from Israel and the entire world.
The nurse told me to forget about him, "He's gone." One Friday afternoon when I conducted a Sabbath eve ceremony with them, I called out, "Who wants to make kiddush over the wine?" I walked up to the foot-tapper and asked, "Do you want to make kiddush?"
ketubah (a Jewish marriage contract), drinking from a kiddush cup, and the couple stood under a chuppah, or canopy during the ceremony.
The book includes comments by some of the featured artists, and a glossary of terms for ritual objects including ketubah, kiddush cups, menorah, mezuzah, seder plates, Shabbat candlesticks, tallit, torah pointers, and tzedakah boxes.
Immigration is personalised by tiny souvenirs of home brought by Jewish immigrants from around the world; nuts from Lithuania in the 1880s, an Iranian silver Kiddush cup in 1925 and a tiny doll in the Kinder-transport in 1939.
From a tour of the University of the West Indies, Mona Campus where Jewish refugees from the Holocaust were housed during World War II, to Kiddush and dinner with KingstonOs Jewish Community, conference participants will have a chance to explore and embrace the history of the Kingston Jewry.
They were reciting traditional Hebrew blessings for bread and wine, the Motzi and the Kiddush.