Whether you are new to celebrating Shabbat
or bake your own challah every week,
there’s a place for you at the table.
Shabbat is a time for home celebration, for sharing meals with family and friends, with neighbors and sojourners. Living Shabbat is one way our community brings people together.
There are many ways to Live Shabbat with the Kane Street Community in 5774
LIVING SHABBAT MEALS
Shabbat Lunch Saturday May 17, 2014
Sign up for the May 17th Living Shabbat is now open.
On each Living Shabbat, Kane Street members host meals for friends, community members and visitors. The Living Shabbat team matches hosts and guests. We invite you to be a host, be a guest, or take a turn doing each.
EVERY SHABBAT IS LIVING SHABBAT
If you are planning to host a Shabbat meal for family and friends and would like some suggestions for filling out your guest list, or if you are available to host visitors to the community, please let us know by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
LEARNING TO LIVE SHABBAT
Simple or fancy, big or small, traditional or not there’s no “right way” to host a Shabbat meal. If you would like to learn more about hospitality and Shabbat at home
Look for web resources, including
Listen to MP3 files of Shabbat blessing and songs at www.sidduraudio.com
Read books about Shabbat including
The Shabbat Seder by Ron Wolfson
The Observant Life: The Wisdom of Conservative Judaism for Contemproary Jews published by the Rabbinical Assembly of Conservative Judaism
The Sabbath by Abraham Joshua Heschel
Email us at email@example.com. The Living Shabbat team can provide “technical assistance” on everything from how to bake a challah to how to plan for guests at the end of a busy week.