Shabbat Dinner May 19 - for Jewish Students and Young Professionals

Friday nights are the place to be! Experience exquisite cuisine, meet interesting people, and have fascinating conversations at a special Shabbat moment with Jewish students and young professionals from the Netherlands and abroad. Expand your network, make new friends, and celebrate your identity.

May 19th 2023

May 19th 2023

Are you a student or a young professional looking to celebrate Shabbat on a Friday evening? Look no further than Chabad on Campus in Amsterdam’s Zuidas. Every week, dozens of young Jewish people from the Netherlands and beyond gather together to welcome Shabbat with a delicious dinner and pleasant company.

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

Don’t miss out on this wonderful opportunity to celebrate Shabbat with great company and delicious food.

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Chabad on Campus is made possible by donations from institutions and individuals. We are grateful that you are also considering supporting our work for the benefit of the future of Jewism in the Netherlands.

Stichting Chabad on Campus has an ANBI status, which means that donations are tax deductible in most cases.