There are many ways to make Shabbat feel meaningful outside of attending synagogue and sharing meals with friends.
The Jewish day of rest is a gift — use it wisely.
This Shabbat prayer is a reminder that the Sabbath is a sign of the enduring covenant between God and the Jewish people.
The sea of Sabbath rules and restrictions can be overwhelming. Here's how to experience them as joy and freedom.
Instead of assuming that humans can fix every problem, the prayer humbly asks God to bless creation again.
This meditation recited on Shabbat morning is the response of a poetic soul to the daily rising of the sun.
According to the Midrash, the lighting of Sabbath candles is a symbolic rectification for Eve's sin in the Garden of Eden. Why?
The capacity to resist the injustice of the world is present with us every day.
This hymn, based on Maimonides' 13 principles of faith, is often sung at the conclusion of Friday night services.
This poem is sung in virtually all Jewish homes prior to the Shabbat evening meal.