Transitions, Turning Points, and Torah: Wendy’s Shabbat
Welcome to my second podcast in a series I call “Transitions, Turning points, and Torah.”
In this podcast, I talk about “Wendy’s Shabbat,” a short movie about a group of Jews, mostly in their eighties and nineties, who gather every Friday night at sundown at a Wendy’s restaurant near Palm Desert, California. The purpose of the gathering is very simple: to celebrate Shabbat and to be together.
Listen to this podcast where I discuss the reasons why this is happening and why Shabbat at Wendy’s might spread across the country.
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(This podcast was recorded by Jewish Sacred Aging)