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IAP 2004 Activity

Shabbat 101: A Shabbat Experience for Beginners: Renewing Our Days
Rabbi Ben Lanckton
No limit but advance sign up required (see contact below)
Participants welcome at individual sessions (series)
Fee: for dinner and lunch costs

For Jews and non-Jews who would like to experience Shabbat, the Jewish Sabbath, in an informal, egalitarian, traditional, explanatory environment. The Conservative Minyan at MIT invites you to enjoy an evening, morning, and afternoon of prayer, reflection, good food and discussion. Guests can attend for the entire program, or for any of the sections. Guests do need to register and pay for meals in advance. The theme of this Shabbat will be renewal, as individuals, in relationship, and as a community.
Web: http://web.mit.edu/hillel
Contact: Katharine Adelstein, W11, x3-2982, kea@mit.edu
Sponsor: Hillel

Session 1
Rabbi Ben Lanckton
Welcome the Sabbath with a traditional service and a delicious Sabbath meal ($12)
Fri Jan 23, 06-09:00pm, W11 Hillel Center

Session 2
Rabbi Ben Lanckton
Morning worship service and festive lunch ($8)
Sat Jan 24, 10am-06:00pm, W11 Hillel Center
Latest update: 03-Nov-2003

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