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Jews from all corners of the world came together on 6-7 November 
to experience the magic of one full Shabbat.

2020 is a year for the history books – and Shabbat Project 2020 was no different.
We switched mass unity challah bakes with intimate home bakes, big communal dinners for Friday night with the family, and did Havdalah all on our own.

So much changed so quickly – but the core ingredient was perhaps stronger than ever. Shabbat.

As the world begins to heal, we would really like to record your 2020 Shabbat Project experience. What happened when you shifted and focused all your energy on filling your homes with the magic of Shabbat?

We’d love to know.

How to keep Shabbat

Shabbat has a unique rhythm, which flows from good meals and company to prayers and downtime. Learn about the dos and don’ts of Shabbat.

Grow The Shabbat Project in your community

The Shabbat Project comes to life through the work of volunteers from all over the world. Be a part of it.

Jews around the world reconnected in:

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Echoes of Shabbat

Dan Ariely, Dr. Michelle Ritterman, Senator Joseph Lieberman and others explore how Shabbat resonates differently for each of us.

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