When applying to be the rabbi at PSC, one paragraph in your rabbinic questionnaire caught my eye. After describing Shabbat morning services it said, “Then we stay for lunch. A highlight of our week is our full Shabbat luncheon that is sponsored by different congregants or the congregation each week. After shul, everyone stays to eat, schmooze, and bond. We discuss our families, our joys and frustrations, some Torah, and more. Anything goes during this weekly ritual that we all treasure. We welcome visitors and we enjoy the friendship of our fellow community members each week—it is our weekly consistency of warmth, family, and joy that make us who we are.” In a word, our “kiddush”, is an act of “kedushah—holiness”. Weekly kiddush is truly a blessing for our community. And to further spread this blessing, please consider helping to help keep this tradition alive and vibrant. Kiddush at PSC is accessible to everyone; we can all play a role. Whether hosting or cooking, prepping or cleaning, co-sponsoring or donating, this is a great way to celebrate a simcha, remember a loved one, or give back to PSC. May the coming year be one of strength, community building, Kiddush and kedushah.
Please contact Sandy Greene, Kiddush Coordinator to plan for hosting a Kiddush. There are many options to choose from.
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