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Shabbat Guide: Sing-Along Moishe House Style

Recommended for ages 12+

Interested in a short Sing-Along Shabbat Guide to help you get familiar with Jewish blessings and Friday night traditions?

If you want to host Shabbat dinner at your home and you are not super familiar with the tune or how to conduct a short Shabbat service, this sing-along shabbat guide should get you up to speed in no time. Plus this is Shabbat learning Karaoke style!

Gratitude for this Sing-Along Shabbat Guide

A huge thank you to the Writers, Jewish Educators, Directors, Animators, Sound Engineers, Producers including Matthue Roth, Zvi Bellin, Elliot Cowan, Aaron Cowdery, Tom Disher, and Sarah Lefton. Specific thanks to Isaac Zones for the Guitar and Vocals and Sarah Curtin for narrating the voice of the Shabbat host. Please note that all music involved in this sing-along shabbat guide are considered traditional per Moishe House except the “Al Netilat Yadayim” melody by Ari Kaplan.

This sing-along Shabbat guide was produced by Moishe House and Taglit-Israel Birthright in conjunction with G‑dcast and made possible by the Jewish New Media Innovation Fund. Special Thank you to The Jim Joseph Foundation, The Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation, Righteous Persons Foundation and an Anonymous donor through The Jewish Funders Network.


To see more of the Jewish Shabbat liturgy videos in this series, please take a look at our collection here on our site or on our G‑dcast YouTube channel!

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