Shabbat Project October 26/27 2018
Women and Girls Shabbos Shuk & Challah Bake Thursday October 25: 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Mens Event TO BE ANNOUNCED!
online registration is closed
PARTICIPATE IN "I PAUSE" FOR SHABBAT PROJECT!
CHOOSE SOMETHING SPECIAL TO DO FOR THE SHABBAT PROJECT
BEAUTIFY YOUR FRIDAY NIGHT DINNER WITH FRIENDS AND FAMILY....
SANCTIFY THE SHABBOS WITH SINGING
ENHANCE YOUR SHABBAT BY STAYING THE WHOLE SHABBAT IN A SHOMER SHABBOS HOME
ELEVATE YOUR SHABBAT BY LIGHTING CANDLES, MAKING KIDDUSH, USE FINE CHINA
FORGET ABOUT THE LAUNDRY & WORK FOR 25 hours!
TURN OFF THE CELL PHONE & TV FOR 25 hours!
Watch Last Year's Challah Bake Video
“It fills my heart to see so many of you here,” she said. “This was just a dream six months ago, and this overfilled JCC is more than I ever could have imagined.”
"As someone in the early stages of my spiritual growth, the Shabbos project has been an amazing way to connect with others who are also learning as well as those who have so much to teach."
Andrea and Jonah
"2015 Challah Bake was my first. Sharing this experience with my friend Amanda Walker and 1,000 other women was surreal. Being able to take part in learning how to make my son's favorite food and in the presence of 1,000 amazing women took my breath away. I am so thankful my friend Amanda invited me to share this experience with her. I plan on inviting all my friends to share this experience with me in 2016."
“It is an allusion to the unique restorative powers – the opportunity for deep physical, emotional and spiritual rejuvenation – which the full Shabbat experience affords. This is especially relevant in a modern world in which we are bombarded with technology and gadgetry; a world where what is truly important often takes a backseat.”
"I am so honored to have been a part of such a wonderful event. Thank you for all the time, hard work and organization that you and your team put into this event."
Marnie Godles and Lea Plosker
"The spiritual ritual of hundreds of women coming together in one night to bake challah together moved us beyond words. It is something we do every year now & helped us remember the magic of Shabbos in our own homes."