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Seudah Shlishit

Seudah Shlishit, the Third Meal on Shabbat, is eaten in the late afternoon. Some people wash their hands with a blessing and say Hamotzi over two loaves of challah. Other people make Seudah Shlishit a lighter meal of tea/ coffee and cakes. It is part of oneg Shabbat, Shabbat delight, and so enjoying whatever is eaten is perhaps more important than eating a full meal. Seudah Shlishit is often seen as a rather mystical time, a time for deep contemplation and when prayer is especially likely to be heard.*


Learn about new projects in our community, study text & Jewish history, discuss current events, hear from guest speakers, and always conclude with Havdalah.
Led by various members and affinity groups at CBI.

In 2014, Barbara was confronted with a breast cancer diagnosis, and she tackled this hardship as she does all things: head on, like another project. To nurture herself throughout the process, Barbara surrounded herself in what has always deeply inspired her, working with rich colors and natural fabrics to create exquisite women’s apparel, and at the same time, awaken creativity in others through her work. The experience caused her to reconsider her desires, and she realized that it was time to pursue the career she had long imagined for herself: Fashion Designer. Coming from an artistic family of seamstresses and a mother who modeled, this seemed only natural. Armed with talent, ambition, and the passion of an artisan, Barbara began her journey to create a line of beautifully designed women’s outerwear.

It is Barbara's desire to give back to the breast cancer community and does this by volunteering her time with wonderful organizations like Sharsheret and contributing a portion of her proceeds from Spiritual Silks to breast cancer research.


Click here to learn more about our presenter, Barbara Gallagher, and her beautiful fashion brand, Spiritual Silks.

Fri, September 30 2022 5 Tishrei 5783