In 2020, we united to bring Shabbat home – and this was possibly the most meaningful and relevant Shabbat Project yet, as communities across the globe have not been spared the devastation that is COVID-19. Once again, though, the global community’s response to unite and bring positivity and joy to one another was the shining light of a complicated year.
In 2021, we will continue to unite Jews around the magic of one Shabbat.
22-23 October | 17 Cheshvan 5782 | Parshat Vayeira
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.
Jews around the world reconnected in:
Echoes of Shabbat
Dan Ariely, Dr. Michelle Ritterman, Senator Joseph Lieberman and others explore how Shabbat resonates differently for each of us.