Shabbat Across Brookline

December 18, 2020 Free 0
(Photo: AleksandarNakic/iStock)
(Photo: AleksandarNakic/iStock)

One Shabbat. Fifteen tables. 150 young Jewish professionals. Join us at 3:30 p.m. on Zoom for a pre-Shabbat menorah-lighting, followed by kiddush and dinner with your hosts.

The new COVID-19-friendly format is that each host will invite their own bubble/pod of friends (minimum of five and a maximum of 10) to join them in their own home. YJP will provide a bottle of wine, a complete three-course meal, Shabbat how-to guide, drinks and paper goods. All food will be catered by The Chai Center.

Our goals are to empower the hosts and the guests to interact with a Shabbat experience in a more personal and intimate way and to bring groups of young professionals together in a way that only the spirit of Shabbat can.

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When
Friday, December 18, 2020, 3:30 pm - 7:30 pm
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Free

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