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The meaning behind the laws and customs we observe at the Shabbat table.
Question: I have been invited over to a Chabad rabbi's home for a Friday night Shabbat meal. Is it proper for me to bring flowers, a bottle of wine, or some other sort of gift? I really don't want to turn up empty handed... Answer: How thoughtful of you! ...
Every week, for the 25 hours beginning just before sundown on Friday until after night has fallen on Saturday night, Jewish people celebrate Shabbat, a period of rest and spiritual rejuvenation.
Learn the basics of the Sabbath, the Jewish day of rest since Biblical times.
All About Matzo Ball Soup and Kneidelach
Served in chicken soup, matzo balls are dumplings made of matzo meal (ground matzo), egg, oil, water and flavoring
Eating when you can eat no more
Dinner, amity and spirituality on campus, with a new goal in the Hakhel year
An annual program at Binghamton University in Upstate New York called “Shabbat 1800” brought together nearly that many students on a recent Friday evening to celebrate the Jewish Sabbath. It marked the 22nd year since the inception of the concept at Bingh...
The Shabbat “don’ts” afford space and time for the Shabbat “dos”, by which we enjoy and take pleasure in this special day.
The old adage has it that “a family that prays together, stays together.” Yet I’m not sure I fully agree. I know too many people who were regularly dragged to services as children, yet now wouldn’t set foot back in a synagogue and don’t have much to do wi...
So, you have been invited to join a family for a Shabbat meal. What do you need to know?
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