Israeli skin care products have been formulated with the latest knowledge and technology, but their essence comes from the soil and waters of the Holy Land earning an international reputation as some of the best.
Inspirational jewelry is an elegant expression of personal faith. Find the pefect piece to match your belief and taste and it will be something to be treasured.
Judaica is used to honor the commandments of the Torah. Come find the pieces to incorporate into your devotions and deepen your spiritual walk.
Inspirational items from the Holy Land hold its very essence. They are perfect for anyone who feels God’s presence and who will cherish a product from the Holy Land.
Supporting Israel is an act of faith and a dedication to the plan God has for Israel to be a light amongst nations. Small reminders can serve to keep her in the forethought of all supporters.
Express your faith and love of Israel with clothing from the Holy Land. T-shirts, scripture scarves, Galilee silk, mens items, traditional clothing....
Israeli cuisine is a cultural fusion influenced by different Jewish heritages: Mizrahi, Sephardic and Ashkenazi, as well as traditional Mediterranean foods.
Israel's artistic expression is influenced from both East and West. It is a blending of traditional beliefs and new customs that have developed in the re-born State of Israel.
The Bookstore contains Bibles as well as books and DVDs on many Holy Land subjects. There's inspirational music of the Holy Land to on CD.
The Head of the Year. Learn about the meaning and traditions of the Jewish New Year.
Yom Kippur is the most holy day of the Jewish Calendar. Learn about how to observe The Day of Atonement.
Sukkot is the most joyous of all the Biblical festivals. Learn about the week we live in a tabernacle.
While this holiday is related to Sukkot, it is a separate holiday. It gives us one more day to enjoy Sukkot.
This is the day to really cut loose and celebrate the giving of the Torah. Learn more about celebrating G-d‘s Word!
Read the story of Hanukkah and learn about the Maccabees‘ fight to show G-d their faith in Him, His Torah, and the beliefs and traditions honoring Him.
The New Year for Trees. Learn more about the Biblical roots of this lesser known holiday and how we celebrate it today.
Purim is the celebration of Jewish deliverance as told in the Book of Esther. Learn about all the fun traditions of Purim.
Passover is a celebration of freedom. Learn about the traditions and symbols of this food filled holiday.
For Jews of the Moroccan Diaspora, the post-Passover return to eating leavened food is celebrated on a grand scale with another single-day holiday, taking place exactly one day after the end of Passover, known as the Mimouna holiday.
This is the day that Israel remembers all of her fallen soldiers and victims of terror.
The Second Passover is built around the premise that it is never too late to do the right thing.
Israel Independence Day is a national holiday that celebrates the day the modern State of Israel was declared in 1948.
Lag B‘Omer teaches us about the importance of Jewish unity and holding fast to our beliefs, traditions and laws even in the face of persecution.
Jerusalem Day. This is the day that Israel celebrates the reunification of the holy city of Jerusalem.
The Counting of the Omer is an important time in spiritual development and introspection. Each day we are to refine our hearts and get one step closer to being able to receive the Torah.
Shavuot, the Holiday of Weeks, is observed seven weeks from the first day of Passover. This time is called the Counting of the Omer. Shavuot commemorates the Giving of the Torah to Moses at Mount Sinai.
Tisha B‘Av is an annual fast day in Judaism, named for the ninth day of the month of Av in the Hebrew calendar. Learn why this is the saddest day of the year and how it is marked.
Tu B‘Av is a known as the Jewish holiday of love. Find out more about the ancient and modern traditions of this happy day.
Elul is the is the month of repentance when we prepare our spirits and minds for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.
Head of the Month. Rosh Chodesh is the first day of the Jewish month.
The Jewish Sabbath is the day of rest observed on the seventh day of week.
"Three times a year all males must appear before the Lord your God at the place he will choose: at the Festival of Unleavened Bread, the Festival of Weeks and the Festival of Tabernacles." Deuteronomy 16:16
17th of Tammuz has been marked as a day of great mourning. It is the beginning of a three-week period of sad reminiscence culminating on Tisha b‘Av when the Second Temple was destroyed.