Askmoses-A Jews Resource
What is the meaning of Free Choice?
Browse our archives

The Scholar is ready to answer your question. Click the button below to chat now.


Scholar Online:

Type in your question here:

What may I bring my host on Shabbat?

  

Library » Shabbat | Subscribe | What is RSS?


PRINT EMAIL COMMENT

Rabbi E: Welcome. I'll be with you in a moment..., but you should know, I AM SO GLAD YOU ARE HERE!


guest: What should I bring to Shabbat meal if I am arriving after shabbat starts and only for the meal?


Rabbi E: hi and welcome


Rabbi E: in that case u should only bring a smile (since we may not carry in a public domain on Shabbat)


Rabbi E: of course u can always send something ahead and have it delivered earlier


guest: ok.


guest: thank you


Rabbi E: y/w


[Ed. note: Read about "What's the deal with carrying on Shabbat?" and also "What can I do for my wonderful Shabbat hosts?"]

All names, places, and identifying information have been changed or deleted in order to protect the privacy of the questioners. In order to preserve authenticity, the chat sessions have been posted with a minimum of editing. Please excuse typographical errors, missing punctuation, and/or grammatical mistakes which naturally occur in the course of informal chat sessions.

ADD A COMMENT

Please email me when new comments are posted (you must be  logged in).

RELATED CATEGORIES

Shabbat » Shabbat Meals
Shabbat » Forbidden Activities

Shabbat
(pl: Shabbatot). Hebrew word meaning "rest." It is a Biblical commandment to sanctify and rest on Saturday, the seventh day of the week. This commemorates the fact that after creating the world in six days, G-d rested on the seventh.