What Are Your Favorite Shabbat Memories?



In “Shabbat Home Ritual,” originally published in Ten Minutes of Torah, rabbinical student Sarah Fishman writes of her family’s Shabbat traditions, including nerot, lighting the candles, saying kaddish, the blessing over the candles, and eating braided challah. “As life’s daily commotions permeate our homes,” Fishman writes, “home-based Shabbat rituals become increasingly valuable.

This morning, we tweeted a link to Fishman’s post from our Twitter account, asking our followers, “What are your favorite Shabbat memories?” The responses began to roll in:

We want to know: What are your favorite Shabbat memories? Leave a comment below or tweet us at @URJ.

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Kate Bigam

About Kate Bigam

Kate Bigam is the URJ's Social Media and Community Manager. Prior to this, she served as a Congregational Representative for the URJ's East District and at the Religious Action Center as Press Secretary and as an Eisendrath Legislative Assistant. Kate is a native of Cuyahoga Falls, OH, and currently resides in Red Bank, N.J.

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