Place of worship in the Jewish religion.
Armchair used by the community’s religious leader who leads the service.
Raised platform on which the Torah scrolls are placed for public reading.
Area traditionally reserved for women; among Reform Jews, men and women sit together.
Plaque used to commemorate the deceased of the community.
Platform from which a rabbi conducts services.
Seven-branched candle that is an important object in Jewish rites.
Suspended lamp that is lit at all times; it is in memory of God’s eternal presence and the eternal flame of the Temple in Jerusalem.
Cabinet used to store the scrolls of the Torah.
The precepts transmitted by God to Moses; they form the basis of the Jewish faith.
Star of David
Emblem of Judaism that is made up of two overlapping triangles forming a six-pointed star; it was the seal of King Solomon, son of David.