“Shabbat Together”

January 19, 2018 Free

Rabbi Max Miller and Rabbi Rachael Miller, a Millennial couple and rabbis at North Atlanta’s Temple Emanu-El have created a unique way to connect Jewish millennials to one of Judaism’s traditional strengths, the Shabbat experience, through a program called “Shabbat Together.”

“Shabbat Together” engages young Jews in their 20’s and 30’s for authentic, creative, and meaningful Shabbat dinners.  “Shabbat Together” is open to single, married, or partnered Jews with or without children (though these are adult-only dinners). The events will begin at 7 P.M. at different host’s homes.

The dinners create a comfortable entry to Shabbat and help young people new to town, or unaffiliated with a synagogue, to experience Judaism in a home environment and to build community. Host duties will rotate and involves inviting friends to a Shabbat dinner that is warm, inviting and full of ritual, spirituality, rich discussion and great food. In addition, there will be rabbinic presence and guidance with Rabbis Max and Rachael Miller.

To register or to learn more about this program, please contact:

Rabbi Max Miller at mmiller@templeemanuelatlanta.com or Rabbi Rachael Miller at rkmiller@templeemanuelatlanta.com.

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From Friday, January 19, 2018 at 7:00 pm
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Saturday, January 20, 2018, 12:00 am - 4:00 am

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