What Does it Mean to “Keep Shabbat”?

There are many laws and guidelines found in the Torah and Code of Jewish Law regarding the proper observance of Shabbat. Since Shabbat observance is commanded in the Torah, we strive to observe it as the Torah teaches, not merely on our own terms.

This booklet will help you with the order of the Shabbat day: what to say, when and how, and offer insights into some of the practices Jews have done for many generations. For a more detailed explanation, or to find out how to incorporate more Shabbat observances into your life, we invite you to contact us at the Aish Center to set up a personal learning partner.  Alternatively, there are many helpful books that can teach you more about Shabbat and assist you as you embark on your spiritual journey.

Be in touch with us and we’ll be glad to help.

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