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Kiddush

Kiddush: (lit. “sanctification”); (a) blessing recited over a cup of wine expressing the sanctity of the Sabbath or of a festival; (b) refreshments served in the synagogue after the recital of Kiddush

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A. “Kiddush” (pronounced KID-ish) means “designation”—physically or verbally designating or demarcating a person, place, thing or time for a higher purpose. B. I’ll give ya a f’rinstance: f’rinstance, Positive Mitzvah #155 is to clearly delineate Shabbat...
“Remember the Sabbath day to sanctify it” (Exodus 20:8). This verse is a Torah command to sanctify the Shabbat when it enters (Kiddush) and when it departs (Havdalah). The Sages instituted that this sanctification be accompanied by a cup of wine (or grape...
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Shabbat enters with words of wonder poured upon sweet wine. We call it Kiddush, a ritual of words and drink, a magical bridge from the harried weekday to the day of rest.
How to Make Kiddush
How to recite Kiddush at the beginning of the Shabbat evening meal.
G-d declared the Shabbat holy, and we in turn sanctify it every week anew with “Kiddush.” Kiddush is recited on wine and officially begins the Shabbat meal. Everyone stands. Fill the kiddush cup so that it brims over with wine. Place the cup in the cupped...
The commencement of the Shabbat meal--the kiddush (sanctification)--sets the tone for the meal and day and defines what makes it special
A selection of FAQ's about two of Shabbat's most hallowed traditions: the recitation of the kiddush and the partaking of lechem mishneh (two loaves of challah).
The Torah commands us, Exodus 20:8. "Remember the Shabbat day to keep it holy." We fulfill this commandment by verbally declaring Shabbat's holiness when it starts – the Friday night kiddush – and as it departs—the havdalah. The sages instituted that we...
G-d declared the Shabbat holy, and we in turn sanctify it every week anew with “Kiddush.” Kiddush is recited on wine and officially begins the Shabbat meal.
After the morning prayers, we once again pronounce the sanctity of Shabbat over a joyous cup of wine.
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