Shabbat at Maryland is a unique experience bringing all religious communities together in an open and welcoming environment. More than 300 students gather weekly for student-led Friday night services with Reform, Conservative, and traditional Orthodox options. On Shabbat morning we offer Conservative and Orthodox services.
More than 200 students come together for Shabbat dinner (free for students!) following services each week.
Click here to register for a meal during a particular Shabbat weekend and let us know if you have any special dietary needs.
Throughout the semester, there are Onegs, classes, scholars-in-residence, visiting rabbis, and other special Shabbat activities.
DIY Shabbat: Shake up your Shabbat and let your creativity loose! Apply to host your own Shabbat dinner with friends anytime and anywhere! We’ll provide the food (reimbursement or Maryland Hillel catering) and tips for hosting an awesome meal! We’re putting the DIY Shabbat initiative on a brief pause. If you have any questions about our Shabbat programming, email Annie.
Gorlin Family Foundation Shabbat Across Maryland (SHABAM): Host or attend a Shabbat Dinner as a part of Maryland Hillel’s Gorlin Family Foundation Shabbat Across Maryland. Be a part of celebrating Shabbat with over 1,000 of your fellow Jewish Terps. SHABAM is the one night of the semester when every single Jewish person on campus has a place to go for Shabbat dinner. Hillel will help with the food and Shabbat atmosphere; you bring your friends and peers. Click here to register!