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Every Friday evening Emory Hillel has three student-led minyans: Reform, Conservative, and Carlebach (Orthodox). Each minyan has energetic leaders that make the services enjoyable and welcoming.
Community dinners are held almost every week. Dinners take place after services and are open to the entire Emory community. Students are free. Each dinner is a unique experience—whether it features a lecture by Emory’s famed holocaust historian Dr. Deborah Lipstadt or a performance from Emory's Jewish a capella group, ChaiTunes.
Sponsor a dinner with our Adopt-a-Shabbat and Share-a-Shabbat program
The Shabbat-to-Go program allows students to celebrate Shabbat with their own friends, in their own space, in their own style. Hillel provides Shabbat-to-Go hosts a small food subsidy to host their friends, and ritual items such as Challah, grape juice, yarmulkes, and candles. The Shabbat-to-Go program allows students to take Shabbat into their own hands.
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