NOTE: We have omitted references to many otherwise excellent Jewish websites because they contain sections on the Kabbalah. Many non-Jewish occult teachings have found their way into the Kabbalah, and other non-Jewish occult teachings have actually been based on the Kabbalah. Kabbalists teach many things that are in direct contradiction to the scriptures, such as reincarnation, and even its own practitioners admit that studying the Kabbalah can be spiritually dangerous.
A customizable Jewish Calendar can be found here.
TheSanhedrin.NET is “a website dedicated to the history, development and attempts to re-establishment the Jewish Sanhedrin within Jewish Law (halacha).”
The Temple Institute (in Hebrew, Machon HaMikdash), “is a non-profit educational and religious organization located in the Jewish quarter of Jerusalem’s Old City. The Institute is dedicated to every aspect of the Biblical commandment to build the Holy Temple of G-d on Mount Moriah in Jerusalem.” Their profusely illustrated website contains many articles on the Tabernacle, the Temple, the priestly garments, etc.
Judaism 101 is “comprehensive information base of basic Jewish terms, concepts and practices.” It is a project of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America. Some of the topics covered include:
A glossary of basic Jewish terms and concepts
Jewish philosophy and belief - articles of basic Jewish thought
The weekly Parsha (an alternate transliteration of Parashah)
Great Jewish Leaders
The Orthodox Union website coordinated by Yeshiva University’s Center for the Jewish Future.