The word “Kehillat” means community, and our congregation prides itself on building strong bonds of community. One way in which we do this is after Shabbat services, when our “Kahal” gathers for a Kiddush luncheon. Eating lunch together, shmoozing, and relaxing helps to strengthen our community and elevate Shabbat.
Funds for these luncheons are provided by members who celebrate a special occasion, such as an anniversary, baby naming, Bar/Bat Mitzvah, etc. We are reaching out to all members of our community, particularly those who might not have sponsored a kiddush in the recent past, or perhaps ever before, and are asking you to help make our community stronger by sponsoring a kiddush.
Simply call or email the synagogue office for the details. You’ll be glad you did!