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kiddush and oneg Sponsorship

DC Minyan is proud to serve an exciting kiddush spread after most Saturday morning services and on certain chaggim. As a lay-led community, we appreciate any community sponsorship of these kiddushes. You can sponsor in honor of a family or life event, in memory of a loved one, or for no reason at all! 

[COVID UPDATE: August 2022] As our Minyan gets vaccinated and public health restrictions are lifted, we are able to provide more kiddush options! We are slowly returning to "regular" kiddushes and always welcome additional helpers to make them happen. A regular kiddush sponsorship costs $200 and you can specify special snacks or drinks you want included!

You can supplement a regular kiddush with catered baked goods or cold food from local kosher bakeries, including Baked by Yael and Sunflower Bakery. Please email kiddush@dcminyan.org for those options and select "Other" from the menu below, or if you have other ideas that we can work with you on. We will continue to review our capabilities as facility and public health conditions allow.

To sponsor an upcoming kiddush (or oneg, for a Friday night service), please fill out the form below. You must be logged in to view the form.

Thank you for sponsoring kiddush. Please feel free to reach out to us at kiddush@dcminyan.org to discuss your kiddush details or if you have any questions.
You will receive a confirmation email upon submitting the form.

 

The Kiddush and Oneg teams would love to work with you on your ideas and requests. Below are some examples of what we can provide.
 
Regular kiddush: Assortment of fruit, cheeses, veggies, hummus, dips, crackers, and sweets. Costs around $150.
 
Bagel Kiddush: A regular kiddush PLUS plus bagels, cream cheese, and whitefish salad. Costs around $250.
 
Lox Kiddush: A regular kiddush PLUS a bagel kiddush PLUS lox. Costs around $350.
 
Friday Night Oneg: Assortment of beer, drinks and snacks. Costs around $75.

Early Riser Oneg: Coffee and pastries put out at the beginning of davening. Costs around $36.
 
Other: You tell us, or we can come with an idea together! Some examples are pre-services breakfast, expanded desserts at community meals, special foods for Holidays. Costs are varied.
Thu, December 8 2022 14 Kislev 5783