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22-23 October

Uniting Jews around the magic of one Shabbat


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

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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.

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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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