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Eisman Gift Shop


Chanukah Flash Sale

Friday, December 4 from 12:00-4:30pm

We will open the Eisman Gift Shop for a Chanukah flash sale on Friday, December 4 from 12:00-4:30pm.

Shop for:

  • Chanukah candles (we are stocked up)
  • Chanukah gifts
  • Chanukah cards
  • Menorahs 
  • Chanukah games & toys  
  • All things Judaica

All items in store will be 25% off!

We will follow COVID safety protocols: masks required, socially distanced, and one person at a time.

All items in store will be 25%





When we return to business as usual. . . . 

The Eisman Gift Shop, located inside the Judea Reform main building, is your source for all Judaica items for rituals, holidays, and every day. We stock tallitot from Israel, Kiddush cups, Shabbat candlesticks, jewelry, mezuzot, kippot, greeting cards, wedding glasses for breaking, children's toys and books, and much more. 

When you make a purchase at the Eisman Gift Shop, you are supporting Judea Reform!

Gift Shop Hours

  • Tuesday-Thursday: 9 am - 4:30 pm
  • Friday: 8:30 am - 3:30 pm
  • Sunday: 9:30 am -  12:30 pm
  • Monday and Saturday: Closed 

We will happily open the gift shop by appointment if availability allows; contact to arrange a time in advance.

What Customers Are Saying

Great selection of Judaica and I can shop while supporting a local congregation. That's a win-win!

Just purchased a beautiful mezuzah as a housewarming gift and picked up a new afikomen cover that will look great at my passover seder. Prices are reasonable and always likely to bump into a friend when in the store

"Great selection of beautiful and unique items at very reasonable prices!"

About the Eisman Gift Shop's Name

The Eisman Gift Shop was dedicated in memory of Clara Eisman and in honor of Rose and Saul Boyarsky's 50th wedding anniversary.

Thank You to Our Gift Shop Volunteers

  • Laurie Alterman
  • Ronnie Block
  • Nancy Gordon
  • Carolyn Jull
  • Meredith Kilmer
  • Emily Young, photography
  • Heidi Tyson, Executive Committee Liaison

Contact  Us

Sat, January 16 2021 3 Sh'vat 5781