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Shabbat

Shabbat is the seventh day of the week, the original day of rest from biblical times that Jews traditionally welcome at sunset on Friday evening and celebrate until Saturday night. Shabbat is a festive day of good food, togetherness, and learning.

UMBC celebrates Shabbat with community, discussions, and meals.  The entire UMBC community is welcome and invited.  Shabbat menus include anything from “traditional” Eastern European cuisine such as chicken, kugel, and soup to tasty kosher Chinese food.  Jewish dietary laws will be observed. 


January 30 at 6:15pm: Shabbat across the World

(Cost of attendance is $5)

Interfaith Center Large Room    

  

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February 6 at 6:15pm: Avi Shabbat

(Cost of attendance is $5)

Interfaith Center Large Room

  

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February 20th at 6:15pm: Ask Big Questions Shabbat

Free for all to attend
Commons Mainstreet

Question: When are you brave?


March 6th at 6:15pm: Shabbat

 (Cost of attendance is $5)

Interfaith Center Large Room

  

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March 27th at 6:15pm: Ask Big Questions Shabbat

Free for all to attend
Commons Mainstreet

Question: 


April 17th at 6:15pm: Holocaust Remembrance Shabbat

(Cost of attendance is $5)

Interfaith Center Large Room

  

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May 1st at 6:15pm: Shabbat

(Cost of attendance is $5)

Interfaith Center Large Room

  

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May 8th at 6:15pm: Ask Big Questions Shabbat

Free for all to attend
Commons Mainstreet

Question: 

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