Panim Hadashot, the Hebrew term that is our name, means new face or new faces. The term originates in the Talmud and refers to a ancient wedding tradition of inviting guests to celebrations from beyond the immediate circles of family and friends. Panim Hadashot seeks to refresh this ancient Jewish ...continue reading "A Few New Faces"
The Passing of Two Great Israelis
We are happy to announce our Out of the Box Panim Hadashot Home Shabbat Experiences for January-February 2019. This is a unique service of Panim Hadashot that gives you an opportunity to host a great Shabbat experience in your home or community room. Invite a group or friends, family, and ...continue reading "Our Out of the Box Home Shabbat Experiences for Prospective Shabbat Hosts, January-February 2019"
The Lyfter Rebbe ferries a Jew wondering whether to raise his daughter as a Jew.
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8 Questions and 8 Dipping’s of the Hanukkah Seder by Rabbi Dov Gartenberg 1st Dipping: What was the miracle of Hanukah? A Debate within Judaism A piece of winter bread dipped in extra virgin olive oil Effect: Tasting olive oil, the central food of Hanukkah 2nd Dipping How was ...continue reading "A Brief Description of the Questions and Dippings of Rabbi Gartenberg’s Hanukkah Seder"
On the fifth night of Hanukkah we pose this question: Why did the Jews reject passive resistance against Antiochus? We pose and discuss this question as we dip a piece of dark rye bread into Cardamon and Sumac Flavored Oil. "[Due to the persecution] many seekers for justice went down ...continue reading "A Question for the 5th Night of Hanukkah: Why did the Jews Reject Passive Resistance Against Antiochus?"