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Saturday

Saturday offers many ways to observe Shabbat. Sleep late. Attend morning services and hear the Torah read aloud. Have a leisurely lunch with family or friends. Spend the afternoon reading, learning Torah, playing outside, hanging out with friends. Later, you can take a nap or go to a quick afternoon service to hear the Torah read again. Shabbat offers an opportunity to pause—to take a break from our daily activities and responsibilities in order to reconnect with our friends, our loved ones, and creation.

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A Prayer for Human Rights

By Rabbi David Freidenreich
A prayer from T'ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights to protect human rights and human dignity   more
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A Prayer for the Government

By Rabbi Leonard Gordon
Originally written for Human Rights Shabbat, this prayer seeks to capture the hope that the social justice teachings of Torah, and the ethical impulses they inspire, will be mirrored in the actions of our governments on all levels.   more
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