As the Jewish community looks forward to the weekend of October 24-25, a weekend when Jews from all backgrounds will sit together around the Shabbat table many wonder how to go about doing it. Here is a concise guide for community leaders on how to go about this project.
This section offers some programming ideas for the youngest participants of Shabbat 2014. From toddlers and preschoolers all the way through middle school minyan participants. We have something for everyone!
This section offers some options to conclude the Shabbat in an uplifting and enlightening way. Enclosed you will find craft activities, event templates, and ideas that can be used to close out the weekend in a fun and meaningful way.
This section offers some options to engage the women in your community on the importance and spirituality that encompasses the Shabbat. Each of the options below can be specifically tailored to your community or family.
Live Lectures from the OU There will be live webcasts of speeches from the OU’s Rabbi Dr. Tzvi Hersh Weinreb and Rabbi Steven Weil. Connect your shul’s television or visual projector to http://www.ou.org/holidays/tishabav to watch these lectures after the recitation of Kinot. In addition, the OU’s website also contains inspiring audio lectures on related Tisha […]