(Hebrew): The most important Jewish holiday in a central institution of Judaism to which Conservative Jews are totally dedicated.
"Sabbath," "rest" The weekly day of rest prescribed in the fourth commandment, observed from sunset Friday until sunset Saturday. Also, certain other defined periods during which specified work may not be performed.
Heb. (Sabbath) From sundown Friday evening to sundown Saturday evening.
The weekly observation of a day of rest. Celebrated from Friday at sundown until Saturday at sundown. It is customary to attend synagogue to hear the reading of the week's Torah portion on Shabbat.