Don’t have time for a week-long program? This summer you can get connected with our exciting new option that includes the highlights of the Livnot experience all in one weekend retreat, with a focus on hiking Northern Israel, Kabbalistic art or Jewish meditation. Discover the spiritual side of Judaism with an all-inclusive Shabbat experience in the heart of the mystical city of Tzfat.
Details: The beautiful Jewish day of rest has mystical roots here in Tzfat. This summer, join our our no-pressure, beginner-friendly traditional Shabbat program for Jewish 20s in an unforgettable historical setting of sanctity. Our uplifting program includes group cooking, challah braiding, Jewish mysticism workshops, musical Kabbalat Shabbat, festive group meals, lunch with a local host family and exploration of Tzfat.
Soul Stop: Mysticism and MeditationIn addition to the Shabbat programming, delve into the world of Jewish meditation. Explore different forms of prayer, nurture your spiritual side through a Kabbalah workshop and uncover the meaning of braiding challah.
Cost: $99.00 USD includes programming Thursday-Shabbat, accomodations and meals$65.00 USD for Lone SoldiersSpots are limited. First come, first serve.
Every participant must have emergency medical coverage for the duration of the program. You must have your own policy and provide proof of coverage.
Livnot is my favorite part about Israel. I love it here and I love Tzfat and I want to come back.
Livnot allowed me to have an experience that filled me with an incomparable sense of awe that I carry with me to this day.
Livnot provided me with the clarity I needed for what I want out of my living experience in Israel.
Shabbat can be what you make of it.
I received more in this one week with Livnot then I have in the whole month I’ve been here through MASA. All the things Livnot offers, spiritually, intellectually, and otherwise, has been incredibly inspiring and motivating.
My life has been changed for the better because of this program and I cannot be more thankful for spending an incredible week here.
I was shocked by the amazing things we where doing like painting the bomb shelter and cheering up the sick at the nursing home with our music. This was a once in a lifetime opportunity that I will never forget.
It was very relaxing and a refreshing experience. It reminded me why I enjoy being Jewish.
It was nice to experience a calm Shabbat rather than my typical Tel Aviv Shabbat.
The meditation in the morning helped me connect to why I was here and how to be happier.
In total awe of this place. Each experience created the whole.
I didn't know how much my current spiritual beliefs were paralleled in Kabbalah and Jewish beliefs. I thought I was searching outside myself but this program helped me recognize that I was really seeing my inner light.
My first Livnot program, and the two weeks I spent in Israel during it, felt as if I had discovered a new room in my home after living there my entire life. The best part of Livnot was the inexplicable power of Shabbat, the magic of Eretz Yisrael, and specifically Tzfat.
I had never experienced keeping Shabbat like that before. Singing still continues to be a way I express my spirituality!
This was one of the best hikes I’ve ever gone on. The landscape was incredible.
There’s no words that can fully explain the positive impact Livnot and Tzfat had on me...I loved Shabbat with the group. It was a very powerful time and I can’t wait to go back and do it again.
It has reconnected me to my heritage and strengthened my bond to Judaism. I have learned more on this trip about Judaism than I have ever learned. It has drastically changed how I plan to continue my path. I feel like brush has been cleared to show me a path I did not know was there. I plan to continue learning.
Livnot added to my Israel experience more than you know. I came here set in my ways and opinions about Judaism and now a whole new door of discovery has been opened.
The best Shabbat of my life. It was magic, the music, the sunset, the food. I want more!!!
It gave me more spirituality than I’ve ever experienced in Israel and now I have a place to spiritually recharge.
Taking time out of every week to spend time with the people around you and appreciate what you have is important.