Our Potluck dinners are for all ages. Adults and singles can get to know each other better while children can enjoy a table to draw on the paper tablecloth, another table focused on playing games, and another table for those that wish to participate in Shabbat singing.
Welcome Shabbat Early Service: 6 pm
The service is from 6-6:30 pm, is led by members, prayer focused and family friendly. The service is perfect for our early-to-bed set of all ages, young and old.
There may be a quick quiz after the drash/Torah stories, with some Fair Trade chocolate for those prepared to answer the quiz. Parents: let your children know; this is a great time to engage with our sacred stories. We are looking forward to celebrating Shabbat with you!
Please RSVP to our signup genius list or call the Oseh office. Let us know what you plan to bring. All our potlucks are dairy. Suggested dishes include macaroni and cheese, deviled eggs, salads, tuna casserole, cheese or veggie lasagna, bean stew, rice dishes, curries and more. Don’t have time to cook? Bring a challah, hit the grocery salad bar or other wonderful premade options. You can even bring a veggie or cheese pizza. If you pick up a ready-made item, please check the ingredients list or ask about meat products.
You can’t use the kitchen to heat your item but we do have a microwave behind the school office. Please also bring a serving spoon or knife to serve your dish. If possible, list the ingredients in your dish so those with allergies are aware. You may not use any nut products.
- How many people participate? Thus far the range has been 20-70
- Is this just for families with kids? No, we envision this as a multi-generational event
- How many servings should I prepare? 6-8 servings
- Can I bring guests who aren’t Oseh members? Absolutely!
- Do I need to bring utensils? Yes, please bring a serving spoon/knife.
- What kind of dishes do you want? Our only requirement is vegetarian, fish (not shellfish), and nutfree. Suggested dishes include macaroni and cheese, deviled eggs, salads, tuna casserole or salad, cheese or veggie lasagna, bean stew, rice dishes, curries and more. Don’t have time to cook? Bring a challah, hit the grocery salad bar or buy other premade options. You can even bring a veggie or cheese pizza. If you pick up a ready-made item, please check the ingredients list or ask about meat products.
- Do I need to bring a list of ingredients? Nice but not required.
- Where do I bring the food? To the Social Hall. Do NOT go in the kitchen.
- Where can I leave my bowl/utensils during services? We will have a table to leave things on during service.
- What about drinks, paper goods? The coordinators/Oseh will supply drinks and paper goods.
- Please bring a Tzedacah donation. Typical donations have been between a nickel and $20 and/or a can or box of food to leave in the coat room.