Eat, Rest, Unplug: a Shabbat Hypothesis
Wednesdays at 6pm, March 2, 9, 23 and 30, April 6; concludes with Shabbat dinner on Friday, April 8
at Panera on Nassau St (complimentary dinner included)
Our Shabbat hypothesis: translating Shabbat into its most basic principles (Eat Bread, Drink Wine, Avoid Technology, Connect with Community, Get Outside, etc) offers an antidote to the stress & pressure of life in our modern, plugged in society. Based on the popular Sabbath Manifesto*, this series will offer you the opportunity to uncover new ways to incorporate the Day of Rest into your life. Each week we will meet over dinner to learn about one of the core principles and brainstorm creative ways to integrate that principle into our weekend. During the course of this series, we hope to discover personal meaning in Shabbat, create community and find ways that we can unplug from the world, taking time for ourselves to Reboot.
For more information, contact Arielle Greenwald.
*The Sabbath Manifesto is a creative project designed by Reboot to slow down lives in an increasingly hectic world. The core principles are completely open for your unique interpretation. We welcome you to join us as we carve a weekly timeout into our lives. For more information about the Sabbath Manifesto, visit www.sabbathmanifesto.org.