Beliefs and Traditions/Sacraments
Jews believe that you should pray, study the Torah (Holy Book), follow the 10 commandments(pictured right), and have Sabbath from Friday eve to Saturday eve. Jews also have certain traditions/sacraments they follow such as, Halakhah and having a bar/bat(boy/girl)mitzvah at the age of 13 (makes someone a full member of the congregation)
Place of Worship and worship Leaders
Jews worship or pray/gather in a Synagogue, the worship Leaders are called Rabbi.
Holy Book and Holidays
Jews have a Holy Book called a Torah(pictured right),the book is usually written in Hebrew which Jews have too study and learn to read and sometimes speak. Jews celebrate Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Passover, and Hanukkah, which celebrate the new year and the start of fasting, the end of fasting, the passing of the angel of death, and to celebrate the miracle of oil in a temple lasting 8 days instead 1 day it.
Jerusalem is a Holy city for Jews because it is where the western wall is, the western wall is the last remains of the second temple in which the Jewish had built.
Jerusalm-Western Wall (above)
Common Figure- Abraham
Type of Religion -Monotheism (believes in one God)
World Cultures- Pattison
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