Shabbat, the seventh day of the week, is a day of rest and reset. Every Friday evening, Israeli families meet at a table set with delicacies to talk about the events of past few days and spend time together.

 

Apart from these two aspects, Shabbat dinners at Hillel are also an opportunity to learn about what matters to us now - connecting Jewish values to the contemporary world - from invited guests: researchers, social activists, experts in their fields.

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trips

There is nothing cooler than holidays spent together: from crazy Purim to luminous Hannukah, we like to gather at one table and participate in the traditions of our ancestors.

Every Jewish holiday has a universal aspect - we always try to learn something about the world around us. Tu biShvat is an opportunity to talk about ecology, Passover - about refugees. That is why even those of us who are far from religious can find something for themselves in the holidays at Hillel.

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Taglit Birthright is a free 10-day educational trip for Jewish youth, aiming to familiarize them with the State of Israel, but also Jewish culture and tradition. During the trip, participants visit famous cities and tourist milestones, but also less known areas that not everyone knows about.

Are you 18-27 years old and have Jewish roots? Contact us - Hillel organizes trips of Polish groups every year. We ensure from our own experience: this opportunity should not be missed!

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Shabbat, the seventh day of the week, is a day of rest and reset. Every Friday evening, Israeli families meet at a table set with delicacies to talk about the events of past few days and spend time together.

 

Apart from these two aspects, Shabbat dinners at Hillel are also an opportunity to learn about what matters to us now - connecting Jewish values to the contemporary world - from invited guests: researchers, social activists, experts in their fields.

Shabbat, the seventh day of the week, is a day of rest and reset. Every Friday evening, Israeli families meet at a table set with delicacies to talk about the events of past few days and spend time together.

 

Apart from these two aspects, Shabbat dinners at Hillel are also an opportunity to learn about what matters to us now - connecting Jewish values to the contemporary world - from invited guests: researchers, social activists, experts in their fields.

Shabbat, the seventh day of the week, is a day of rest and reset. Every Friday evening, Israeli families meet at a table set with delicacies to talk about the events of past few days and spend time together.

 

Apart from these two aspects, Shabbat dinners at Hillel are also an opportunity to learn about what matters to us now - connecting Jewish values to the contemporary world - from invited guests: researchers, social activists, experts in their fields.

Shabbat, the seventh day of the week, is a day of rest and reset. Every Friday evening, Israeli families meet at a table set with delicacies to talk about the events of past few days and spend time together.

 

Apart from these two aspects, Shabbat dinners at Hillel are also an opportunity to learn about what matters to us now - connecting Jewish values to the contemporary world - from invited guests: researchers, social activists, experts in their fields.

Shabbat, the seventh day of the week, is a day of rest and reset. Every Friday evening, Israeli families meet at a table set with delicacies to talk about the events of past few days and spend time together.

 

Apart from these two aspects, Shabbat dinners at Hillel are also an opportunity to learn about what matters to us now - connecting Jewish values to the contemporary world - from invited guests: researchers, social activists, experts in their fields.

Shabbat, the seventh day of the week, is a day of rest and reset. Every Friday evening, Israeli families meet at a table set with delicacies to talk about the events of past few days and spend time together.

 

Apart from these two aspects, Shabbat dinners at Hillel are also an opportunity to learn about what matters to us now - connecting Jewish values to the contemporary world - from invited guests: researchers, social activists, experts in their fields.