Want To Do Something Different This Friday Night? Celebrate Shabbat Across America.

Every week I look forward to Shabbat. That is, every week since I decided to make it part of my weekly tradition. The first week I celebrated Shabbat was over 10 years ago. If you have never participated in a Shabbat program, why not do something different tomorrow night? Not sure how? Keep reading this post because I have included that and more information from my friends at NJOP.

Tomorrow night, Friday night, March 4, 2011 hundreds of synagogues* across the continent will take part in an historic national Jewish event to celebrate what unifies all Jews — Shabbat! Everyone is invited… singles, couples, families — all ages.

Turn an ordinary Friday night into something extraordinary!”

That’s the magic of Shabbat Across America and Shabbat Across Canada. By participating in this continent wide event, you will not only have the opportunity to experience Shabbat, but you will be sharing your experience with tens of thousands of Jews across North America.

No matter what your affiliation or which Shabbat Across America or Shabbat Across Canada location you choose to attend, NJOP’s annual Shabbat program will give you a “taste” of Shabbat. Explanatory services, traditional rituals, delicious meals and lively discussions are all important components of the Shabbat experience. as well as the opportunity to spend the evening with like-minded people, friends and family.

Shabbat Across America and Shabbat Across Canada is for every Jew, and those who are unable to go to a registered location can participate in their own homes or in gatherings with friends/family. For help in creating a Shabbat evening, try one or all of the following resources provided by the National Jewish Outreach Program.

*Find a participating Shabbat Across America and Canada location in your community by clicking here.

If you are a rabbi or synagogue lay leader and want to learn how to sign up your congregation for Shabbat Across America, click here.

Sponsored by the Melohn Family in honor of Mrs. Martha Melohn


More Shabbat Information

*Find a participating Shabbat Across America and Canada location in your community by clicking here.


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