Judaism begins in the home … It begins in homes where Jewish words re-echo, where a Jewish book is honored, where a Jewish song is heard. Judaism begins in the home where the child sees and participates in symbols and rites which link him to a people and a culture. It begins in homes where the Jewish etching or painting and Jewish ceremonial objects are visible and exercise a silent influence upon those who behold them.”
                                                                     Rabbi Morris Adler


Do you have in your home?
  • Mezuzot
  • Albums: Baby, Bat/Bar Mitzvah, Wedding
  • Apple and Honey Plates for Rosh Hashanah, Honey Pots
  • Bibles, Tanakh
  • Candles for Shabbat, Havdalah, Holidays, Yahrzeit
  • Candleholders
  • Challah Platter, Board, Knife, Cover
  • Dreidles
  • Elijah’s Cup for Passover
  • Haggadot for Passover
  • Hanukkiot and Menorot
  • Havdalah Set (Spice Box, Cup, Candleholder, Tray)
  • Israeli Art Objects, Toys, Games, Products
  • Jewish Pictorial Art
  • Jewish Baby Record Book







Visit us after Friday evening services or for an appointment call:

John Hirsch – 365-7445
Helene Sterling – 482-3454 
Alyse Kosarin – 487-1747

Your purchases at Temple Beth-El’s Judaica Shop
benefit Sisterhood and Temple Beth-El