Feeling the dough between your fingers as you knead it just so. Seeing how it rises, takes a form, takes a shape (of sorts). Hearing the blessing spoken, so loud and so clear. Smelling the scent that beckons in Shabbat and embraces us whole. Tasting the bread of our people, our nation, our day. And smiling because you know the whole world is in it together.
Stop doing and start being.
The Great Big Challah Bake will take place at Columbus Torah Academy on Thursday, October 25, 2018, from 7-9 PM. Doors open at 6:30 PM. The entertainment will be provided by Eve Levy from Portland, Oregon. Click here for her bio. This event is open to the entire community. Children 12 and over are welcome to participate. All the details for this year’s event can be found at the event registration site: https://shabbatproject614.brownpapertickets.com.VISIT REGISTRATION SITE
Join us for a Young Professional Shabbat Dinner to celebrate Shabbat Project 614 in Columbus! This program is sponsored by Young Jewish Columbus, J-Reach, JCC, the Columbus Community Kollel, and Main Street Synagogue. RSVP at JewishColumbus.org/614YPBuy Tickets
We invite congregants to welcome Shabbat in a warm and friendly way by being a guest or a host for at-home Shabbat dinners. Email Rebecca Haimowitz-King for more information. firstname.lastname@example.orgBuy Tickets
Join the JoLT children for a Friday night Shabbat dinner in conjunction with Shabbat Project 614. Menu: chicken, kugel, salad & dessert.
Agudas members: $10/Adults; $5/Kids: $25 Family Cap Non-members: $15/Adults; $7.50/Kids; No Family Cap
RSVP no later than October 19 to 614-237-2747 or email@example.com & please specify if you need a vegetarian meal.
The Shabbat Project 614 will close with an epic Havdalah Concert on Saturday night, Oct. 27. Join us at the Jewish Community Center at 7:30 pm to hear Cantor Bat-Ami Moses and Arkadiy Gips perform “From Broadway to the Bima.” All the details for this year’s event can be found at the event registration site:VISIT REGISTRATION SITE