Shabbat Retreat for the Body and Soul

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Don’t miss this once-a-year opportunity to connect, recharge, and be inspired! 

“I wouldn’t miss it for the world.”

“The Body and Soul Retreat is a cut above, promising ruach and entertainment that you’ve never seen before.”

“Delivers perfection, as a brainchild of Project Inspire, who knows how to do things right.”

“The Shabbat Retreat—a stellar lineup of inspiration that will last all year long.”

It began several years ago in South Africa, as the “Shabbos Project,” but quickly sprouted wings and spread across the globe. Ever since, it has united Jews from far-flung communities in their shared observance of “Just one Shabbos” the way it was meant to be celebrated.

With the help of Mr. Isaac Gross, Project Inspire brought the Shabbos Project to Brooklyn, where dozens of communities in Flatbush and Boro Park united in a memorable Shabbos of inspiration, reaching out to their unaffiliated brothers and sisters, hosting and nurturing and creating bonds that will last for a lifetime.

Last year, Project Inspire’s Shabbos Project weekend moved yet a notch above, uniting 600 participants in an upscale hotel for a Shabbos of elevation, with world-renowned speakers, delectable cuisine, and inspiration that lingered all year.

But that was only the beginning. 

This year, reservations for the Shabbat Retreat for the Body and Soul, to be held on November 15-17 at the Woodcliff Lake Hilton Hotel, are filling up fast.

Unprecedented in its numbers and growth, the retreat will unite nearly 1,000 Jews of varying backgrounds and communities under one roof, to reconnect, recharge, and reclaim our special Shabbos glow.

With presentations by the one and only “Rav Gav” Friedman, Rabbi Jonathan Rietti, Rabbi Tzvi Sytner and Mrs. Nili Couzens, all of them world-renowned speakers, the Shabbos retreat offers a star-studded lineup of entertainment and inspiration.

Here is just a sampling:  Combat instructor and counter-terrorism specialist Steve Gar. Celebrity chef Jamie Geller with a massive pre-Shabbat challah bake. A keynote address by the inimitable Rabbi Shlomo Farhi of the Edmond Safra Synagogue. Laughter games for women with Debbie Hirsch. Ruach and davening by the Traveling Chasidim, whose poignant niggunim will tug at your heartstrings. Late night babysitting and stellar children’s program. International wine tasting. Zumba. And so many other surprises.

The Shabbat Retreat for the Body and Soul. Celebrate Shabbos like you’ve never celebrated before. Presented by Project Inspire, a program of Aish HaTorah. Because they know how to do it right.

Invite someone to share this Shabbos experience along with you and reserve your spots today: Click HERE


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