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4 Sivan 5777 - 29 May 2017

Sponsoring Kiddush

Sponsoring a Shabbat Kiddush

If you are sponsoring a Kiddush on Mevarachin HaChodesh (the blessing of the New Month) or a Kiddush which the Shul normally provides on the First Day Shavuot or Shabbat Chanukah, there is a charge of £150.00 which includes biscuits, cake, crisps, wine and fruit juices.

However, if you would prefer Danish pastries instead of the mixed cake, any extra cost is your responsibility.

If you wish to hold a Kiddush on a date when it is not Mevarachin HaChodesh, there is a charge of £75.00 to cover the laundry and washing up, etc.  Please note: thereafter the cost of all the food and drink is your responsibility.

Please also note that sponsoring a Rosh Chodesh Kiddush does not include a donation to the Ladies Guild.

With the exception of the wine, whisky and sweets, everything can be ordered from the Shul Shop. You are responsible for buying and delivering the whisky and sweets if required. The Shul buys large quantities of Kiddush wine so it is more economical to buy it from the Shul.

Please contact Thelma Cowan on (01202) 290798 of the date, etc. of your Kiddush so that she may organise the Ladies Guild or if you have any queries or problems.

Basic List

  • 11 Boxes Danish Pastries or 6 Kilos Mixed Cake
  • 11 Boxes Mixed Biscuits
  • 6 Litres Pure Orange Juice
  • 5 Litres Pure Tomato Juice
  • 1 Box – 48 Packets Ready Salted Crisps (Walkers)
  • 10 Bottles of Wine (bought from Synagogue)

Optional Extras

  • 4 bottles (70cl) whisky (This is a minimum quantity – Three 1 litre bottles would be necessary if a large gathering is expected)
  • 2½ kilos of chopped herring and/or 2½ kilos egg and onion
  • 12 packets crackers (Osem Golden)
  • 10 schmaltz herring
  • 200 medium fish balls
  • Large tin of Quality Street
  • Trimmings of parsley and tomatoes for herring

Please Note

The above information was correct at the time of publication and is likely to remain so. Nevertheless, please check for any variations when making your arrangements.