Dear Friends!

The weekly Kiddush luncheon is sponsored by members of the community for the benefit of all who attend Synagogue on Shabbat morning. A delicious and pleasant sit-down Lunch is a wonderful to mark an occasion that is special to you; occasions such as:

the Yahrtzeit of a family member (Click here to calculate when your loved one's Yahrtzeit will occur) • in memory of a beloved friend, as a traditional way of honoring them • your Birthday or the Birthday of a loved one • your Wedding Anniversary or the Wedding Anniversary of a loved one • any lifecycle event of yours or of a loved one, to express gratitude in honor of a special occasion (Graduation, a New Job, a "small" miracle), or just because.

You can choose from 4 variations of Kiddush Menus (each serves 50 people):

Standard Kiddush - $400
  Kiddush Wine and L'chaim • Challah • Cholent • Grilled or Poached Salmon with chef's choice of sauce or a Fish Terrine • Breaded Chicken Fingers or Chicken Poppers • 4 Salads (chef's choice - one carb, one vegetable and 2 leaf salads)
  Basic Kiddush plus: Israeli Meza Platter 
Deli Kiddush - $700
  Basic Kiddush plus: Deli Platter • Pickles and condiments • Sliced bread • Potato salad • Cole slaw
Bagels and Lox Kiddush - $1000
  Kiddush Wine and L'chaim • Challah • Beautifully decorated smoked fish platters including: Novia Scotia Lox, Filleted Jumbo Whitefish, Sable Plate • Tuna, Egg Salad and Whitefish Salad • Sliced red onions, cucumbers, and tomatoes • Sliced fresh cheese platters including: American, Cheddar, Muenster, Imported Swiss and Smoked • Assorted Pastries including:Cookies, brownies, rugelach, etc. • Assorted bagels, bialys, onion rolls, and mini croissants • Platters of flavored cream cheese and butter • Decoratively arranged fresh fruit platters
Scroll down and click on the weekends during the year that you would like to sponsor the Kiddush - and we'll reserve that special date just for you.  May we always celebrate many happy occasions with each other for many years to come.
Select month below to see availability:

5th / 28 Tevet (Parshat Vaera) 
​12th / ​6 Sh'vat (Parshat Bo)  
19th/ 13 Sh'vat (Parshatt Beshalach)
26th / 20 Sh'vat (Parshat Yitro) 
2nd/ 27 Sh'vat (Parshat Mishpatim) 
9th/ 4 Adar (Parshat Terumah)
16th / 11 Adar (Parshat Tetzaveh) 
23rd / 9 Adar (Parshat Ki Tisa)
2nd / 25 Adar (Parshat Vayakhel)
9th / 2 Adar II (Parshat Pekudei)

16th / 9 Adar II (Parshat Vayikra)

23rd / 16 Adar II (Parshat Tzav)
  in honor of Nathan Stanislavsky's Bar Mitzvah
30th / 23 Adar II (Parshat Shmini)
6th / 1 Nissan (Parshat Tazria)

13th / 8 Nissan (Parshat Metzora)

4th / 29 Nissan (Parshat Achrei Mot)
11th / 6 Iyyar (Parshat Kedoshim)
18th / 13 Iyyar (Parshat Emor)
25th / 20 Iyyar (Parshat Behar) 
1st / 27 Iyyar (Parshat Bechukotai)
 in honor of Jack Glass' Bar Mitzvah
8th / 5 Sivan (Parshat Bamidbar)  
15th / 12 Sivan (Parshat Nasso)
22nd / 19 Sivan (Parshat Beha'alotcha)

9th / 26 Sivan (Parshat Sh'lach)

6th / 3 Tammuz (Parshat Korach)
13th / 10 Tammuz (Parshat Chukat) 

20th / 17 Tammuz (Parshat Balak)

27th / 24 Tammuz (Parshat Pinchas)         

3rd / 2 Av (Parshat Matot-Masei)
10th / 9 Av (Parshat Devarim) 
17th / 16 Av (Parshat Vaetchana)
24th / 23 Av (Parshat Eikev)
31st / 30 Av (Parshat Re'eh)
7th / 7 Elul (Parshat Shoftim) 
14th / 14 Elul (Parshat Ki Teitzei)
 in honor of the B'nai Mitzvot of Sophia and Jack Broide
21st / 21 Elul (Parshat Ki Tavo)
28th / 28 Elul (Parshat Nitzavim) 

6th / 27 Tishrei (Parshat Bereshit)
SPONSORED by Vicky Markova and Barbara Coven in honor of their birthdays and in honor of the Greenwich Community

13th / 4 Cheshvan (Parshat Noach)
SPONSORED  by Jessica and Aaron Shapiro in Honor of the Entire Congregation Having a Great New Year!
20th / 11 Cheshvan (Parshat Lech-Lecha)
27th / 18 Cheshvan (Parshat Vayera)
3rd / 25 Cheshvan (Parshat Chayei Sarah)
SPONSORED  by Selwyn & Linda Katz in memory of the yhartzait of Linda's father,Cecil Freeman OBM.  Shmulik Gov-Ari in memory of the yhartziet of his father, Harav Yehuda Ben Harav Yosef Ve Chana Gov, OBM

10th / 2 Kislev (Parshat Toldot)
  in honor of Jonah Saidi's Bar Mitzvah.  We would like to sincerely thank Rabbi Feldman and the Chabad community for enveloping Jonah and our family in the wisdom, blessed teachings and true beauty of Judaism in this Bar Mitzvah process. 

17th / 9 Kislev (Parashat Vayetzei)
24th / 16 Kislev (Parashat Vayishlach)
1st / 23 Kislev (Parashat Vayeshev)
  in honor of Chana Deren's Bat Mitzvah
8th / 30 Kislev (Parashat Miketz)
15th / 7 Tevet (Parashat Vayigash)
22nd / 14 Tevet (Parashat Vayechi)
29th / 21 Tevet (Parashat Shemot) 
Includes food order and preparation.
Please add $50 if you would like to order a cake.

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