The Shabbos Project, when Jews worldwide will experience one complete Shabbos together, is now less than two weeks away – Parshas Lech Lecha, October 23-24, 2015. For more details see The Shabbos Project website here. Rabbis and educators around the globe are preparing for this worldwide event and are also educating their congregants and students about Shabbos.

Indeed, many of the participants are people who have committed to keep Shabbos for the first time. To help you best illustrate to people young and old how Shabbos is the holy day of rest, we have compiled a roundup of helpful links below that provide free resources, articles and more to help you and others have an inspiring Shabbos!

Free from NLE Resources

The NLE Resources Online Resources Page for Shabbos

The Free Kabbalat Shabbat Experience Siddur for Newcomers

 

Free NLE Morasha Syllabus Shiurim

Shabbat I: Plugging into the Goals of Life

Shabbat II: The Shabbat Experience

 

Free NLE Thinking Gemara Shiur

Shabbat in Outer Space

 

Blogposts from Our Archives

How to Add Shabbat Candle-Lighting Times to Your Website

An Incredible Resource for The Shabbos Project

The Free Guide to Early Shabbat

Rediscover Shabbat.com – For the First Time

 

Free from NCSY’s Education Site

Check out the Shabbos Project collection on NCSY’s Education site, including:

– Kiddush for Friday Night (Translated and Transliterated)

– Havdallah Cards

– Hafrashas Challah Cards

– What’s Going on at the Shabbos Table (infographic)

– and much more!

 

Hatzlacha, Good Shabbos and Shabbat Shalom from all of us at Ner LeElef!

 

 

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