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April 23, 2023

Today we continued our study of marriage in the Jewish life cycle by further examining the role of the ketubah. We recalled that it is a contract of Jewish law intended to protect the kallah (bride) so in itself is not romantic or emotional.  However, many couples today choose a ketubah design that adds a loving sentiment to the contract.  We examined several contemporary designs and explored what message we believed they were meant to convey.  Ask your child about the designs they saw, the meanings, and which one they liked best. Finally, students created ketubah designs of their own. Ask your child about their design and what it contained; what did they want their message to be?

Mon, December 4 2023 21 Kislev 5784