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Aug 14, 2018
16 human beings, 16 souls, Joining together in a moment where words are unnecessary to celebrate Shabbos.
by Temmi Hadar
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Aug 14, 2018
It’s time now to get the whole world chalking Shabbat for the Shabbat of The Shabbat Project. And we want you to get your graffiti on in your city/neighbourhood. Here’s how it works.
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Jul 24, 2018
My children count to three in Yiddish with me, as we wave our hands over the flames, my girls and my two little boys, all of our hands creating shadows on the walls from the candle light. I cover my eyes and say the blessing out loud with them. “Baruch atah…”
by Temmi Hadar
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Jul 24, 2018
How Shabbat and the teachings of an early 20th century Polish Kabbalist helped me find purpose, meaning and my true place in this world.
by Noa Cacharel
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Jun 6, 2018
Every week, when we walk to shul, let’s notice the world around us. It's not zooming by at 60km an hour, or on the periphery as we try and meet our fitness goals. The 10-minute walk to shul is my opportunity to notice what’s going on right outside my door.
by Temmi Hadar
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Jan 2, 2018
“Go, leave your land, your birthplace and your father’s house, and go to the land that I will show you.” Lech Lecha
by Shira Druion
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Nov 17, 2017
The 2017 Shabbos Project garnered coverage in major mainstream publications such as the Chicago Tribune, the San Diego Tribune, the Huffington Post and the London Times; major Jewish media houses such as the Times of Israel, the Jerusalem Post, the Forward, Algemeiner and JTA; local Jewish newspapers across the US; and all of Israel’s main news sites.
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Nov 17, 2017
At The Shabbos Project headquarters, in Johannesburg, a team of designers, copywriters and campaign strategists worked around the clock, custom-designing materials for literally hundreds of cities, putting together global reports and executing print-runs in the tens of thousands.
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Nov 17, 2017
To co-ordinate the initiative on a global scale, the head office in Johannesburg worked with more than 8 000 partners worldwide – up from 6 000 partners in 2016.
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Nov 17, 2017
This year’s fourth international Shabbos Project reached 1 416 cities and 97 countries around the world – up from 1 152 cities and 95 countries in 2016. More than one million people took part in celebrations on and around the Shabbos of 27 and 28 October, with events attracting record numbers of participants in many locations.
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Nov 17, 2017
To co-ordinate the initiative on a global scale, the head office in Johannesburg worked with more than 8 000 partners worldwide – up from 6 000 partners in 2016.
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Nov 17, 2017
This year’s fourth international Shabbos Project reached 1 416 cities and 97 countries around the world – up from 1 152 cities and 95 countries in 2016. More than one million people took part in celebrations on and around the Shabbos of 27 and 28 October, with events attracting record numbers of participants in many locations.
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