People who practice Judaism are called Jews. Jews believe that they are God's chosen people. Jews worship the God of Abraham. Jews worship their god in a Synagogue. The holy book of Judaism is called the Tanakh. Jewish worship leaders are called Rabbis. A Jewish holiday is Yom Kippur. Yom Kippur is the day of atonement meaning it is the day of forgiveness. On Yom Kippur Jews eat bread and drink wine to wash away their sins. They also pray all day, and thank their god for the food and shelter they have. A Jewish holy city is Jerusalem.
The Holy Symbol of the Jews is The Star of David.
Jews pray in a synagogue.
One Jewish tradition is The Day of Atonement where they eat bread and drink wine to wash away their sins.
Jewish Gospel Singing