**NEW** In addition to our fabulous Oneg hosts, we are looking for greeters to welcome our congregants and guests at the front door as they arrive. Please plan to stay at the front during services.
Hosting an Oneg is a wonderful way to get involved in our community! Signing up to bring food
after services allows you to engage with members at a deeper level and support the congregation in a fun way. Please feel free to sign up with other members! Sharing the mitzvah of hosting Oneg makes it easier and more fun for everyone.
After every Shabbat service, we celebrate with wine/juice, challah, and additional noshes of your choice. For family services (starting at 6 pm) we try to offer more dinner type choices, and for regular services (starting at 7 pm) we offer lighter fare.
We also periodically request that hosts help us restock our Oneg supplies, such as coffee, sugar, other beverages, creamer, etc. Hosts are expected to arrive a bit early to set up and stay a bit later to help clean up.
CBT strives to be an inclusive community in every sense. Therefore, please be aware that many of our congregants have dietary restrictions and allergies (i.e. dairy free, vegan, gluten free, nut free, etc.). We ask that you try to bring at least a few healthy/inclusive choices (i.e. veggies, fruit). Please be prepared to label foods or answer questions about ingredients. All food should be kosher style parve or dairy vegetarian but does not need to be kosher certified.
If you're in need of ideas of foods to bring, some of our past hosts have brought the following spreads: taco bar; baked potato bar; risotto; bagels with schmear, lox, and all the fixings; veggies, crackers, hummus, cheese and olives; veggie and cheese pizzas; falafel, hummus, and pita.
For questions or additional recipe ideas, please contact Deborah Doleshal at [email protected]
Congregation Bnai Torah, 3990 West 74th Avenue, Westminster, Colorado 80030
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