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Why the Shabbos Project Matters

Why the Shabbos Project Matters

by Hadassah Levy on Oct 22, 2017

It’s easy to fall into the trap of keeping Shabbos by rote, and The Shabbos Project is a once a year opportunity to reconnect to the day of rest.

Jewish communities around the world are organizing local events, from Shabbos meals to challah bakes and musical havdalah ceremonies. These events encourage people to keep Shabbos and also inspire those who are already keeping it to delve deeper into the significance and laws surrounding this special day. Torah Live aims to spread the light of Shabbos and enhance your observance of it through our films.

The video below captures the joyful build-up toward Shabbos:

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To view the full Shabbos course and learn more about the meaning and laws of Shabbos, sign up here for a Torah Live membership.

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