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Marriage Synagogue Mourning The Jewish Approach
Biblical Base First marriage- Adam and Eve Torah- initially a contract/property transaction Today Ketuba- obligations of both paries to each other
Contemporary issues Egalitarian Same sex marriage What happens when husband will not give wife a divorce
The Ceremony Itself Two components Betrothal Marriage Symbols –Canopy –Wine –Ring –Ketuba
When it doesn’t work out Divorce Basis Traditionally it is the husband who “writes the bill of divorcement” What happens when he won’t Contemporary issues and responses
The Process of Divorce Attempts at Reconciliation Civil Divorce Religious Court/ Beth Din Writing the Bill of Divorcement
Synagogue Names Beit Tefilla Beit Knesset Beit Midrash Reflecting Temple Cycle of services Division between lay and rabbinic leadership
Who leads services Minyan Reform variations Liturgy Name “Temple”
Mourning Biblical Basis- Isaac For whom does one mourn
Stages Preparing for Burial The Funeral and Burial Upon Returning from the Cemetery Kaddish - Memorial Service Shiva Sheloshim Avelut and Matzevah Yahrzeit Yizkor
Customs Leaving stone on grave Shroud & Plain Pine Box
Marriage Synagogue Mourning The Jewish Approach. Biblical Base First marriage- Adam and Eve Torah- initially a contract/property transaction Today Ketuba-
Birth Ceremonies Jewish boys are circumcised on the 8 th day after birth Ceremony is performed by a Mohel (trained Jew) Usually takes place in the Synagogue,
The Jewish Life Cycle Birth, Bar/Bat Mitzvah, Wedding and Death.
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