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An Invitation to Shabbat: A Beginner's Guide…

An Invitation to Shabbat: A Beginner's Guide to Weekly Celebration

by Ruth Perelson

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NO OF PAGES: 88 SUB CAT I: Shabbat SUB CAT II: Music SUB CAT III: DESCRIPTION: With a loving hand, Ruth Perelson guides her readers into the beautiful world of Shabbat. An invitation to Shabbat takes the place of the Jewish role model that unfortunately many of us do not have. It can be easily followed by groups of adults or individuals who want to bring Shabbat into their lives for the first time or by others who want to enrich and expand their celebration.NOTES: Purchased at Powell's Book Store. SUBTITLE: A Beginner's Guide To Weekly Celebration
  BeitHallel | Feb 18, 2011 |
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A Project of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations Department of Education Our invitation to you: Encounter books that will enrich the Shabbat experience for you and your entire family.

Explore Shabbat step-by-step and blessing-by-blessing from candle lighting to Havdalah. Discover the essential elements of tradition along with modern options for enhancing spiritual awareness. Explore the many paths to a satisfying Shabbat celebration through the words of those who began to observe Shabbat as adults. Blessings in Hebrew, transliteration, and English are included, alongside descriptions of rituals, as well as their history and folklore. Rounding out this extraordinary guide are traditional recipes--Ashkenazic and Sephardic--a bibliography, and a CD recording for learning and pleasure that brings to life the music of Shabbat.

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