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THE PROJECT

Welcome to our global, grassroots movement.

 

The idea is simple: Jews from all walks of life, from across the spectrum of religious affiliation, young and old, from all corners of the world – come together to experience the magic of one full Shabbat kept together.

It’s our opportunity to renew family and community life, restore Jewish identity, and unite Jews across the globe.

 

It’s about creating a new Jewish future together.

THE FOUNDER

Rabbi Dr Warren Goldstein is the current Chief Rabbi of South Africa and the founder of The Shabbat Project. He has launched and led a number of revolutionary initiatives that have changed the landscape of both his own community and world Jewry. A qualified dayan, Rabbi Goldstein has published several books, including Sefer Mishpat Tzedek, Defending the Human Spirit and The Legacy. The Chief Rabbi has a PhD in human rights and constitutional law and is a regular columnist for The Jerusalem Post. Learn more about Rabbi Goldstein here.

 

THE FOUNDER

Rabbi Dr Warren Goldstein is the current Chief Rabbi of South Africa and the founder of The Shabbat Project. He has launched and led a number of revolutionary initiatives that have changed the landscape of both his own community and world Jewry. A qualified dayan, Rabbi Goldstein has published several books, including Sefer Mishpat Tzedek, Defending the Human Spirit and The Legacy. The Chief Rabbi has a PhD in human rights and constitutional law and is a regular columnist for The Jerusalem Post.

 

Learn more about Rabbi Goldstein here.

What if we could get the whole Jewish world

jumping together out of joy?