Shabbat is a focal point of an authentic Jewish life, and is perhaps the most beloved mitzvah. It’s a day completely set apart from the mundane, an oases in the hustle to keep and remember the Shabbat. The more we feel inspired, the better we’re able to appreciate what Shabbat offers.
In this course, Rebbetzin Yehudis Golshevsky will discuss Rebbe Nachman and Reb Noson’s insights to help us connect to and appreciate the spiritual delights of Shabbat, and make the day a genuine sanctuary in time for ourselves and our families.
Preparing for Shabbat
The Meaning of Melachah
The Shabbat Meals & Torah at the Table
Singing, Simplicity, and Simcha
Tefillah and Dvekut
How to participate:
Course Audio/Video Archive
Class 4 – Audio only
Class 5 – Audio only
Sunday, 11:00 AM EST – 6:00 PM Israel Time
Sunday, October 29 through Sunday December 3
Schedule Changes: class on November 19th will be at 8 pm EST; no class December 3
Women Only, Intermediate through Advanced, Everyone Welcome
Likutey Moharan, various; Likutey Halachot, various; Siach Sarfei Kodesh