The International Shabbos Project will take place on the Shabbat of October 24/25 2014 in more than 212 cities and 33 countries around the globe. Find out more here.

International Shabbos Project Happens This Shabbos

The Shabbos Project is a unique, international grassroots Jewish identity movement that unites all Jews to keep one full Shabbat together. The idea originated last year in South Africa, where the majority of the country’s diverse Jewish community joined together to observe a single Shabbat, most for the first time in their lives.

The International Shabbos Project will take place on the Shabbat of October 24/25 2014 in more than 212 cities and 33 countries around the globe.

By experiencing the magic of Shabbat just once, we can rejuvenate family and community life, restore Jewish pride and identity, and build Jewish unity across the world!

For more information about participating as well as tools and a Guide to Shabbos, and to sign up “to keep it together”, click here.  Thanks to Morah Yehudis for the story.

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