The Shabbat Project is a global, grassroots movement that brings Jews from across the world together around our shared heritage of Shabbat. The initiative was introduced in South Africa in 2013 to astonishing effect. Since this time, the event has been celebrated world-wide and Jews have been brought together in unprecedented ways. Beit Aharon has great plans in mind for the weekend of the Shabbat Project.
Take a break from Pesach preparation by joining Beit Aharon for a communal Pre Pesach Shabbat Dinner on 7 April 2017 at Gandel Besen House professionally catered by To Catch a Chef. Starts at 7pm after Mincha/Maariv.