How Do Jews Celebrate the Sabbath?


Jews celebrate the Sabbath in many ways; some people light candles at the appointed hour, while others do it later in the evening when everyone arrives home and gathers around the table. Some remain for a family meal, others say a blessing and scatter, yet others relax by watching a family movie. Others catch up on their readings at home.
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