Ask Rabbi Tuly: How Should Non-Jews Welcome Shabbat? Psalms 95:1

Mar 24, 2019

לְכוּ נְרַנְּנָה לַיהֹוָה נָרִיעָה לְצוּר יִשְׁעֵנוּ׃

Come, let us sing joyously to Hashem, raise a shout for our rock and deliverer;

Psalms 95:1

Jews rest on Shabbat, but is there a way for non-Jews to honor and welcome Shabbat? Shari Waller and Lynne Hilton from Hayovel ran into Rabbi Tuly in the Old City of Jerusalem and had a question for a rabbi.

Watch Rabbi Tuly’s answer below:

 

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