Shabbat Day Kiddush

kiddushPlease join us for our weekly Kiddush immediately following the service. The kosher Kiddush is provided on a volunteer basis by members of our minyan who may have a simcha to celebrate, a milestone to mark, or a family member they wish to honor. Often the Kiddush is prepared simply to honor the Sabbath. 

 Our Kiddush affords us a collective opportunity to break bread, to partake of the Rebbetzin's most delicious and widely praised cholent, to share the news of the week, relax into the Shabbat tempo, and enjoy the warmth and companionship that emanate from this community.

Shalom. Are you familiar with that Hebrew word? Most Jews are, regardless of labels. Regardless of labels, all Jewish mothers and fathers swell with pride when their children become B'nai Mitzvot. Regardless of labels, all Jews taste the salt of their own tears as they mourn loved ones taken too soon. Regardless of labels, all Jews rejoice at the miracle of the birth of another Jewish baby. Let your only label here be "Jew." Welcome. Shalom.