Important Announcement - Please Read

A New Orthodox Marketplace Website is Coming!

The Orthodox Marketplace online web store and the Department of Religious Education's catalog store are in the process of merging operations.

While we are working out the details of this transition, the Orthodox Marketplace website will suspend sales functionality of the site. Customers will be able to browse the catalog, log in and check on the status of outstanding orders and order history (including downloads).

However, the cart and checkout features will be disabled.

If you wish to purchase items in the interim, a subset of our product catalog is still available from our Amazon Storefront.

You may also wish to purchase items from the Department of Religious Education Resource Guide, available below. The DRE can be reached via their toll-free number: 1-800-566-1088.

We expect the new Orthodox Marketplace and Resource Center website to launch in 2016.


Can you notify me when something is back in stock?

There are two different ways to keep track of products you are interested in but are not ready or unable to purchase.

First, if you want to save a product for later without it crowding your cart, you can add it to your wishlist. Once you have logged in to your account, a new link called "Add to Wish List" will appear in product listings.

Second, if you want to purchase an item that is out of stock, a link will appear that says "Notify me when available."

If you are signed in, clicking this link will add it to your Product Watch list. Once the product is back in stock, you will immediately be notified via email. If you are not signed in, you will be asked to sign in or register a new account to keep track of the product you wish to monitor.

If you are registered and sign in, you also have the luxury of being able to add products that you are sure to buy to your cart and return later to complete the purchase.


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