Poltava Shabbat Dinner
After our Friday evening Shabbat service with this year's Saxe Family Scholar-in-Residence, Rabbi David Saperstein, you're invited enjoy a delicious community dinner prepared by the Poltava Committee, and an opportunity to continue our discussion with Rabbi Saperstein. Enjoy homemade Shabbat cuisine like your grandmother made, but with a little twist!The dinner menu will feature:
- salmon with fruit salsa
- green beans
- an assortment of sweets
All proceeds from the dinner will support our award-winning sister synagogue in Ukraine, Congregation Beth Am of Poltava, as well as the new World Union for Progressive Judaism's rabbinic studies program in Moscow. The dinner is $29 per person, $11 for children under 13. Please sign up by Tuesday, April 17 using the online registration form below or by downloading, completing and returning the downloadable sign up form (also available in the Beth Am office), along with a check made out to "Congregation Beth Am." Reservations are required; make yours early as the dinner often fills up.