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Shabbat Project hits record participation despite pandemic

In its 9th year, The Shabbat Project surpasses pre-COVID levels with 1,166 citywide events, thousands of home-based events in 1,500 cities.

Shabbat Project hits record participation despite pandemic

The Shabbat Project is rebounding with worldwide celebrations

Arutz Sheva speaks to Shabbat Project founder Rabbi Dr. Warren Goldstein about the Shabbat Project's Shabbat experience on October 22-23.

The Shabbat Project is rebounding with worldwide celebrationsplayer

In a world turned upside down, the Shabbat Project is back with new energy

Jews in more than 1,500 cities across the globe will celebrate Shabbat together in-person as part of the global Shabbat Project.

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Shabbat Project teams up with Partners in Torah

The matching platform 'Partners in Torah' is connecting thousands of Jews worldwide to learn more about Shabbat - together.

Shabbat Project teams up with Partners in Torahplayer

‘Flowers for Shabbat’: Healing our divisions

We’re struggling for minimum levels of respect in emotive discussiion, to find a way to talk to each other differently. An initiative.

‘Flowers for Shabbat’: Healing our divisions

For the Shabbat Project: Lot, ancestor of Moav

A study of a prosperoous and greedy society, of cruelty, perversion - and divine retribution, culled from Parshat Vayera and the Midrash.

For the Shabbat Project: Lot, ancestor of Moav

Reinvented Shabbat Project to ‘bring Shabbat home’ in more than 1,600 cities

7th annual international Shabbat Project offers unity, optimism, and a much-needed break from the 24-hour news cycle.

Reinvented Shabbat Project to ‘bring Shabbat home’

Jews in 106 countries join in largest Shabbat Project ever

Jews from 1,685 cities in 106 countries around the world join for biggest Shabbat Project event ever.

Jews in 106 countries join in largest Shabbat Project everplayer

Watch: Jews in Nice gather at conclusion of global Shabbat

Hundreds of Jews from Nice, France, gathered Saturday night for the havdalah ceremony, after taking part in the Shabbat project.

Watch: Jews in Nice gather at conclusion of global Shabbatplayer

1 million Jews around the world to unite for Shabbat Project

A year after Pittsburgh shooting, Shabbat Project to bring together Jews worldwide in celebration of Jewish Day of Rest.

1 million Jews around the world to unite for Shabbat Project

Soldiers in Iraq among 1M Jews in today's Shabbat Project

Jews in 1,000 cities in 98 countries worldwide are celebrating this Shabbat – together.

Soldiers in Iraq among 1M Jews in today's Shabbat Projectplayer

1 million Jews to celebrate Shabbat together

This year’s Shabbat Project will include 1 million Jews in more than 1,000 cities in 98 countries worldwide celebrating Shabbat – together.

1 million Jews to celebrate Shabbat together

'Shabbat Project' unites Jews from all over the world

Over a million Jews in over 1,000 cities the world over celebrate Shabbat together as part of 5th annual Shabbat Project.

'Shabbat Project' unites Jews from all over the world

Over a million Jews worldwide gear up for 'Shabbat Project'

Grassroots movement transcends divides to bring Jews across the world to keep a single Shabbat together.

Over a million Jews worldwide gear up for 'Shabbat Project'

Global Shabbat breaks all records

Shabbat Project exceeds goal, bringing together over 1 million Jews in 1160 cities around the world.

Global Shabbat breaks all records

Global Shabbat Project breaks new record

Third annual 'Shabbat Project' to be held Nov. 11-12, in 1,000 cities around the globe.

1 million to participate in global 'Shabbat Project'

Watch: Making the Shabbat a 'people's movement'

South Africa's Chief Rabbi explains why there is low anti-Semitism in his country - and issues an invitation for Arutz Sheva readers.

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Jews in nearly 1,000 cities 'taste Shabbat magic'

Over a million Jews take part in Shabbat Project, 'keeping it together' in Guinness Record events world wide.

Jews in nearly 1,000 cities 'taste the magic of Shabbat'