The following are our current guidelines for
- Non-members $200.
The fee includes a donation to the synagogue and the overhead cost for cleaning the hall.
assortment of chips, crackers and hummus, cookies, nuts,
raisins tuna salad, grape leaves, dried fruit.
Various soda drinks.
Grape juice for Kiddush.
- Kiddush Helpers whose job is to set up and clean up after the
- All paper
If you wish to add to our Basic
Kiddush you may choose from a variety of pareve or meat
platters from an approved kosher caterer. These platters
can be accessed by contacting one of our approved
caterers. The synagogue
can also directly arrange with the caterer if an
expanded Kiddush is
Some people may choose to add their own fruit
and pareve pastries.
- Pastries must be purchased from the list of either approved caterers or approved kosher bakeries.
- Fruit must be whole and can only be cut at the synagogue.
- Leafy vegetables must be packaged and carry the approved hechshar. Other vegetables must be approved by our mashgiah.
Please note that: No cooking is allowed at the synagogue kitchen.
All food must be
sealed, carry the proper hechshar and be approved
by George Kirby, Synagogue
mashgiah. George can be
contacted at George.Lori@verizon.net.
Please contact Leann Shamash at 617 527-7355 or
978-263-3061 or email@example.com for any questions and to schedule your
You also have the option of sponsoring Seuda
Shlishit on Shabbat afternoon between Mincha and Arvit
(March through October
the Social Hall:
refer to Renting the Social Hall policy, If you are
interested in organizing a private event (e.g. Friday
night or weekday dinner, Sheva Brachot,