Type
Crossword
Description

How old are you during you Brit Milah? eight
who is the baby placed upon in Brit Milah? Sandek
what is the procedure at Brit Milah where the foreskin of the baby is removed? circumcision
what day is the Bar or Bat Mitzvah performed on? Shabbat
which group of Jews don't have a Bat Mitzvah? Orthodox
which century was the bat Mitzvah commonly performed? twentieth
who says 'blessed is he who has freed me of this one' at the Bar Mitzvah? father
what is the matchmaker called in Jewish society? Shad Chan
what is the ritual bath that is used for purity and filled with rainwater called? Mikveh
Who takes care of the bride instead of the groom in the days leading up to the wedding? Shomeret
What s the contract signed by the groom before the wedding called? Ketubah
what is the canopy under which the ceremony takes place called? Chuppah
which finger is the ring traditionally placed on? index
what do the dead no longer need to fulfil? Mitzvot
which direction is the coffin buried in? east
what should the casket always be made out of? wood
What is the ceremony called where you tear clothes? Keri'ah
what should you never bring to a Jewish funeral? flowers
what is the traditionally dairy meal brought by friends to mourners called? Se'udat Havra'ah
what is the period of mourning between death and burial called? Aninut
what is the second mourning period called? shiv'ah
what is the 30- day mourning period called? Sheloshim
which prayer is performed by a mourning son? kaddish
what is the anniversary of a person's death called? Yahrzeit

Jewish Practices Word Search

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Description

Liberal
Orthodox
Ten Commandments
Ner Tamid
The Ark
Sukkot
Shavuot
Egypt
slavery
Seder Plate
Salt Water
Bitter Herbs
Lamb bone
Charoset
Leaven
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Yom Kippur
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Days of Awe
Rosh Hashanah
havdalah
bimah
yad
Yahrzeit
Yud-bet chodesh
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brit milah
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Torah
Moses
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Talmud
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Amidah

Judaism Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A boy becomes it when they turn 13. Bar Mitzvah
A girl becomes it when when they turn 12. Bat Mitzvah
The Jewish symbol Menorah
Hewbrew name for God Adonai
Name of the building Jews meet to worship in Synagogue
Language of the early Jews Hebrew
Jewish men wear this on their heads Kippah
A teacher, someone who teaches or studies Jewish law Rabbi
A Jewish bible Talmud
A gambling toy with letters from the Hebrew alphabet which means a great miracle happened there Dreidle
Judaism's day of rest Shabbat
Collective body of Jewish religious laws Halakhah
Jewish people who live in Israel Yishuv
The Jews that live outside Israel Diaspora
Someone who is not Jewish Gentile

World Religions: Judaism Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The doctrine or belief there is only one God Monotheism
The coming of age tradition, where boys are now responsible for their sins Bar Mitzvah
Star of.... David
Religious symbol in the shape of a candelabra Menorah
The Five Books of Moses Torah
Weekly holy day, representive of the day of rest Sabbath
Jewish place of worship synagogue
Notable religious leader, seen as a "teacher" rabbi
Notable religious leader, performs religious rites Kohein
Jewish prayer shawl worn white reciting prayers Tallit
A skull cap worn for religious reasons Yarmulke
Fit or allowed to be eaten or used, according to the dietary or ceremonial laws Kosher
First patriarch, the father of Western religion Abraham
The Jewish promise land Canaan
Lead the Hebrew people out of Egypt Moses
The set of rules that Moses brought down from Mt. Sinai Ten Commandants

Judaism Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The religion of hebrews Judaism
Belief in one god Monotheism
Jewish religious leaders and teachers Rabbi
A leader that would appear among the Jewish people Messiah
Led his people out of slavery in Egypt Moses
Refers to Jewish dietary laws Kosher
Capital of Israel Jerusalem
When moses led his people out of Egypt Exodus
Area between the Arabian Peninsula and Africa Red Sea
When a boy turns 13 he can read from the Torah Bar Mitzvah
When a girl turns 12 she can read from the Torah Bat Mitzvah
Most religious day of the year, day of Atonement Yom Kipper
God saved the slaves kids of Israel Passover
Jews who lived outside of Israel Diaspora
The law of God as revealed to Moses Torah
Jewish new year Rosh Hashanah
The festival of lights Chanukah

An Introduction to Judaism Word Search

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Description

Passover
Prayer
Pesach
Torah
Kosher
Judah
Yom Kippur
Worship
Promised Land
Law
Purim
Yiddish
Yahweh
Exodus
Exile
David
Covenant
Hanukkah
Ten Commandments
Talmud
Succoth
Shema
Shavuot
Shabbat
Ruth
Rosh Hashannah
Reform
Patriarch
Orthodox
Synagogue
Mount Sinai
Moses
Midrash
Menorah
Jew
Jerusalem
Israel
Isaac
Holocaust
Hebrew
Gentile
Faith
Judaism
Cantor
Candle
Brit Milah
Book
Bar Mitzvah
Ark
Amidah
Abraham
Rabbi

The Wedding Word Search

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Description

Tallis
Simcha
Sheva Brachot
Sheva Berachot
Shabbat
S'eudah Mitzvah
Nissuin
Mitzvah
Mikveh
Mazel Tov
Kippot
Kiddushin
Kiddush Cup
Ketubah
Kalah
Hora
Hava Nagila
Ha-Motzi
Erusin
Chuppah
Chatan
Challah
Break the Glass
Birkat Hamazon
Aufruf
Aliyah

Judaism Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Day when Jewish people seek forgiveness or their sins. Yom Kippur
The first five books of the Jewish bible that explains Jewish history. Torah
Father of Judaism, founder of the Hebrew people. Abraham
Hebrew leader who led the Jewish people from Egypt and received the ten commandments. Moses
Coming of age ceremony , 12 or 13 years old. bar mitzvah
Ancient kings of Israel found in the Torah Saul David Solomon
A building where Jewish people will pray and celebrate important holidays. synagogue
A set of laws given to Moses by God. Ten Commandments
A group who believed in ending Roman rule over Israel. zealots
The first five books of the Jewish bible that explains Jewish history. Torah
Day when Jewish people seek forgiveness or their sins. Yom Kippur

Judaism Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A big family dinner that is enjoyed at the end of Passover. Seder
A holiday celebrating the freedom of Jews from slavery in Egypt. Passover
This symbol represent Judaism. The ____ of David. Star
Where Jews go to worship. Synagogue
The founder of the Jewish religion. Abraham
Celebrates the re-dedication of their holy temple in Jerusalem. Hanukkah
An inherited or customary pattern of thought, action, or behavior. Tradition
A holiday celebrating the Jewish New Year. Yomkippur
The belief in one god. Monotheism
The candle holder that is lit each night during Hanukkah. Menorah
The location of the most holy Jewish temple that was taken over by the Greeks. Jerusalem
How many days is Hanukkah? Eight
The holy or sacred text of Judaism. Torah
A strong belief or trust in someone or something. Faith
Bread without yeast that is eaten during Passover. Matzah
A spinning top, a game played during Hanukkah. Dreidel
Jewish religious leaders. Rabbi
A set of moral principles or values. Ethics
The scattering of the Jewish people outside of their homeland. Diaspora
One who creates or establishes. Founder
Going without food for a period of time. Fasting
Where did Judaism begin? Isreal

Rites of Passage Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

aqiqah
anointing of the sick
holy communion
confession
sacred thread ceremony
holy orders
confirmation
christening
baptism
bat mitzvah
bar mitzvah
samskaras

Judaism Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The initiation ceremony for boys aged 13 Bar Mitzvah
A Jewish place of worship Synagogue
A Hebrew name for God Adonai
A Jewish religious teacher or leader Rabbi
A sacred candlestick with seven branches Menorah
The Jewish day of rest Shabbat
The collection of Jewish laws Talmud
A four-sided spinning top with a Hebrew letter on each side Dreidle
A skull cap worn by Jews Kippah
The body of Jews living in Israel Yishuv