Kiddush, “Sanctification,” is a blessing recited over wine or grape juice, peformed on Shabbat after the morning prayers. Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, aufrufs, anniversaries, births, graduations, and especially the simple joy of Shabbat are celebrated each week at The Roslyn Synagogue during kiddush. Kiddish provides an opportunity for congregants to eat, socialize and enjoy a l’chaim.
Seudat Shlishit, “the Third Meal,” is the final meal of Shabbat. This festive meal preceeds Maariv (evening service) on Shabbat in the Spring and Summer months and is enjoyed by congregants in the synagogue.
Read a blogger’s recent experience at The Roslyn Synagogue: “Observance Level Has Nothing to do With the Friendliness of a Shul.”Contact us if you are interested in sponsoring a Kiddush or sponsoring Seudah Shlishit. See the calendar for dates which have been reserved. Please note, The Roslyn Synagogue has a list of approved caterers and all other food must bear the OU or Kof-K symbol.