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Join Ahavath Torah in The 2017 Shabbos Project


Parashat Lech Lechah, October 27-28, 2017. Jews from all over the world -- from any level of affiliation or non-affiliation, any age and any walk of life – are uniting to experience one Shabbat together! Help Ahavath Torah make this happen!

New Approach this Year


What you can do: Invite Friends, Colleagues, and/or Family who don’t normally celebrate Shabbat to spend Shabbat* on October 27th-28th with you and partake in the many activities CAT will be offering.


Shabbat Schedule at CAT


Wednesday Night October 25:

  • Englewood Challah Bake with the community Rebbetzins.
  • 6:00 - 7:30pm
  • Fees are $36 per adult and $18 per child (11 years and under).

Friday Night October 27:

  • Candle Lighting 5:41pm
  • Inspired joint Ashkenaz & Sephardic Friday night davening led by Chazzan Shim Craimer and Chazzan Batzri 5:45 pm
  • Friday Night Shabbat Dinner 6:45pm in the The Parker Family Ballroom. (It is strongly suggested that all CAT members invite outside guests for the Shabbat Project dinner. Space is limited.)
  • Bergen Broncos Children Entertainment

Shabbat Day October 28:

  • Morning Services 8:45am
  • Communal Kiddush following services featuring an Englewood Cholent Competition. The entire community is welcome to participate in the tasting. Contact Alan Mitrani ( if you are interested in entering the competition.  To help sponsor, click here.
  •  Lunch at host’s home or contact Debbie Siegler ( if you’d like to host a lunch or are looking for a lunch.
  • Mincha 5:15pm and the first SNIF of the year with the Shlichot!
  • Seudah Shlishit Program 5:40pm, “I Chose Shabbat and She Chose Me Back” given by guest speaker Aaron Jordan
  • Havdalah Ceremony led by Chazzan Shim Craimer /Shabbat Ends 6:39pm.

Be the Link


Invite guests and help bring Jews together to experience Shabbat.  Sponsors welcome.  Contact Lindsay Setton or Deborah Berger to participate or for more information visit 


*You can invite guests by asking them to come for Shabbat and offering them a place to stay for the night. Once you have done this, you have avoided the issue of lifnei iver and thereafter if the guests only come for one of the meals it is their own decision. Please contact the Rabbis with any questions.

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