Our Celebration of the New Year begins Sunday, September 29th, Erev Rosh Hashanah. Traditionally, the first night of the High Holidays is a night for family and friends to feast on a sweet menu such as Brisket, Honey Chicken, Potato Kugel - you name it. It brings back memories of Grandma's house, with tasty recipes.
Date: Sunday, September29
Open to all! Non-members and first-time visitors are welcome!
Bring: A dessert (optional)
Bring your favorite memory of one of Grandma's desserts to our "Sweet Beginnings Oneg" - to be held before our Erev Rosh Hashanah service. Come to temple for this wonderful treat at 7:00 pm to be followed by a reflective service starting at 7:30. It's a great opportunity to welcome everyone back from summer trips and days at the beach. And, it's a wonderful way to skip dessert at home and join our congregation at this new event.
If you have a dessert you plan to bring, please contact Jeff Levine at [email protected] and let Jeff know what you are bringing. Home prepared goods are preferred - leave the shopping for another day.