Information about one of the central aspects of Jewish life: the weekly Sabbath.
Baking Challah for Shabbat
Baking challah for Shabbat is a mitzvah, and it's not so hard to do - once you get the hang of it.
Blessing Over The Children
It is a long standing tradition to give our children a blessing every Friday night as Shabbat is beginning. This tradition stems directly from the Torah and continues to be packed with valuable meaning for today.
Shabbat - Candle Lighting
Shabbat. oh glorious Shabbat! We look forward to you each week. To signify your beginning, we light the Shabbat candles.
Shabbat - A Woman of Valor
Each Friday night, a woman is recognized for all that she does through the singing of Eshet Chayil, A Woman of Valor.
Shabbat - Blessing Over the Wine
Kiddush is a crucial element of the Sabbath meals. How does a simple prayer elevate a meal and a day to a place of holiness?
Shabbat - Hand Washing & Blessing Bread
Right before we enjoy the Shabbat meal, we engage in a ritual hand washing and the blessing over the bread.
Shabbat - Shalom Aleichem
Shalom Aleichem is the song we sing to begin Shabbat festivities in our home.
Shabbat Meal Preparation Tips
Making a meal for Shabbat can feel overwhelming. Adapt these simple steps to your own routine and you’ll have a Shabbat dinner without much stress.
The Meaning Behind Shabbat Dinner Rituals
Are you interested in creating Shabbat rituals in your home? Would you like to enhance what you are already doing or reconnect with the meaning behind the rituals? Here are some simple steps to get you going.
To Keep and Remember Shabbat Judaism Homepage | Editor's Picks Articles | Top Ten Articles | Judaism Site Map
The Fourth Commandment refers to the observance of Shabbat. In one place in the Torah, we are told to "keep" Shabbat, and in another, we are told "to remember" Shabbat. So, which is it? To keep or to remember?
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