Shabbat Dinner (May 12th) with Guestspeaker: Kaballah of Relationships.

Join us for a special Shabbat event geared towards Jewish students and young professionals, featuring Rabbi Aaron Raskin, Rabbi of Brooklyn Heights in New York and renowned author of over a dozen books. Rabbi Raskin is a sought-after speaker known for his engaging and insightful talks on a wide range of topics. During this event, Rabbi Raskin will speak to us about the Kabbalah of relationships, sharing his wisdom and insights on how to deepen our connections with those around us. This promises to be an enlightening and inspiring talk that you won't want to miss

May 12th 2023

May 12th 2023

Join us for a special Shabbat Dinner event geared towards Jewish students and young professionals, featuring Rabbi Aaron Raskin, Rabbi of Brooklyn Heights in New York and renowned author of over a dozen books. Rabbi Raskin is a sought-after speaker known for his engaging and insightful talks on a wide range of topics.

During this event, Rabbi Raskin will speak to us about the Kabbalah of relationships, sharing his wisdom and insights on how to deepen our connections with those around us. This promises to be an enlightening and inspiring talk that you won’t want to miss.

In addition to Rabbi Raskin’s talk, we’ll enjoy a delicious Shabbat meal together. At Chabad on Campus, we pride ourselves on providing the best Shabbat experience in town, and even in the country. Our warm and welcoming atmosphere, combined with the delicious food and meaningful discussions, make our Shabbat dinners an unforgettable experience.

This event is open to all Jewish students and young professionals, and promises to be a wonderful way to spend a meaningful Shabbat. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from Rabbi Raskin and connect with other Jewish students and young professionals in our community. RSVP today to reserve your spot. We look forward to seeing you there!

 

Chabad on Campus is the perfect place to meet new people and expand your network. For the past ten years, thousands of Jewish youngsters have participated in their unique Shabbat dinners. Best of all, if you’re a local (exchange) student or young professional, there’s no fee required to join.

If you’re not a local student or young professional, there’s a €25 charge per person. However, if you’d like to make a donation to Chabad on Campus or sponsor a Shabbat celebration, you can do so via the website.

The exact location of the activity will be provided to you after registration.

Shabbat at Chabad on Campus is a symbol of the end of the week for some and the start of a celebration for others. Regardless, for many, the Shabbat meals at Chabad on Campus are the highlight of their week.

To find out the starting and ending time of Shabbat this week, visit Chabad.org.

 

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