It's easier—and more rewarding—than you think!
From a foldable hot plate to a Shabbat light bulb, these devices help make the Sabbath easier for observant Jews.
Why do we burn up a little piece of dough when we make bread?
Rejuvenating ourselves and our planet.
The traditional Shabbat evening rituals are best shared with family and friends.
The problem is not that Shabbat is irrelevant, but that it is too relevant.
A little fire and a little magic makes the lighting of Shabbat candles a moment to slow down and see things differently.
Getting ready for the arrival of the Sabbath Queen.
The sea of Sabbath rules and restrictions can be overwhelming. Here's how to experience them as joy and freedom.
According to the Midrash, the lighting of Sabbath candles is a symbolic rectification for Eve's sin in the Garden of Eden. Why?
This blessing is recited after the lighting of candles on Friday night.
Shabbat Parah, Shabbat HaHodesh and Shabbat HaGadol.