Can I tie shoelaces on Shabbat?

Answer Practicing Jews may tie shoelaces on Shabbat, according to Jewish sources. The laces should be tied with the typical bow most people use, and not a more elaborate knot. Shabbat is the Hebrew word f... Read More »

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How to Celebrate Shabbat?

Shabbat is the Jewish Day of Rest. God worked for 6 days and rested on the 7th day. Jews observe Shabbat from Friday at sunset to Saturday at sunset.Here's what to do:

How to Observe the Shabbat?

The Sabbath is the day which God established to rest from the week's jobs and pressures so we can meditate on his word and glorify Him. There are several prohibitions for the Shabbat and some ritua... Read More »

What does shabbat shalom mean?

"Shabbat shalom" is a Hebrew expression that literally means "peaceful Sabbath." It is used as a salutation, when people meet or part near the onset of the Sabbath, to mean "Have a good Sabbath!"Re... Read More »

What does shabbat shalom mean in English?

The Hebrew Phrase, "shabbat shalom" means "may your day of no work be peaceful" in the English language. In Judaism, Shabbat is the day of rest during the week when work and other certain activitie... Read More »