Shabbat Dinner Reservation

  • Celebrate Shabbat your way!

    From the Kiddush and Matzah balls, to the meaningful discussion & inspiring song,  Shabbat is an experience you won’t want to miss. We are here to help you celebrate in a way that YOU are comfortable with! 

  • Option 1- Shabbat at Chabad

  • 5:00 PM- Megilah Reading

    5:45 PM- Shabbat Dinner 


    While attending, please wear a mask and honor all of the Covid-19 safety regulations - keeping each other safe!
    Our Covid-19 protocol follows the guidelines and recommendations of the CDC, Fairfax County, and George Mason University.

    Our plan for Shabbat Dinners and all events involving food:

    - Students will be required to wear a mask and keep a distance when not seated to eat.
    - No outside food or drink will be permitted.
    - Tables and chairs will be set up with 6 ft. distance between guests.
    - No communal water pitchers or food trays will be used.
    - Food will be offered in prepared portions
    - Additional disinfecting wipes, face masks, and hand sanitizers will be available for students who wish to use them.

    - Anyone experiencing any COVID-19 related or flu types of symptoms are requested not to attend.
    - Anyone that was in contact with somebody who has tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 14 days are requested not to attend.

    Thank you for helping us provide a safe environment for all of our students!

  • Option 2- Shabbat To Go

  • Order by 12pm Wednesday , and pick up your Shabbat To-Go from Chabad on Friday between 2 and 3 pm.

    Package includes:

    -2 Challah Rolls

    -Grape Juice for Kiddush

    -Choice of chicken Matzah Ball or Vegetable Soup

    -Baked Dessert

    -Shabbat Candles

    -Shabbat at Home Guide 

    Join Zoom call to bring in Shabbat at 5:30 

    Zoom Link-

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