Menorah and Shabbat Candle Lighting
Dinner and Service
Date: Friday, December 11, 2020
Time: 3:00 - 4:00 PM Pick-up dinner from Mayfield Sand Ridge Club/Lyndhurst
1545 Sheridan Rd, South Euclid, OH 44121
6:00 PM Zoom Service with Rabbi Rosie Haim and Cantor Laurel Barr followed by dinner and oneg and Hanukkah fun.
With the COVID-19 numbers climbing and our concerns for everyone’s health and safety, we will be enjoying our Hanukkah-Shabbat festivities on Friday, December 11th in our pandemic style with our dinner pick-up beginning at 3:00 pm from Mayfield Sand Ridge Club (1545 Sheridan Rd, South Euclid, OH 44121) and our Zoom candle lighting and service is taking place in our homes at 6:00 pm, followed by dinner and some holiday fun.
Dinner: Pick-up times are early because we are heading to the shortest day of the year and who wants to go out when it's dark so early! (If you cannot make it by 4:00 pm, but still would like to get dinner, then please let me know by email, and we’ll try to arrange a drop-off by one of our CJL friends.) Remember, no need to get out of your car. We’ll safely place a delicious dinner directly into your car.
Menu: roasted chicken, garden salad, knotted challah roll with butter pats, green bean almondine, potato latkes with sour cream and apple sauce. Vegetarian option: substitute spinach and ricotta stuffed cannelloni with marinara sauce.
In your Hanukkah care package you’ll have a copy of the service, some holiday desserts, gelt and dreidel, and candles for Shabbat and second night of Hanukkah—thank you JNF and Mindy Feigenbaum, and a few other surprises for holiday fun.
Guide for pick-up times for dinner are by your last names @ Mayfield Sand Ridge Club (1545 Sheridan Rd, South Euclid, OH 44121
3:45-4:00 If you could not make the above times.
5:45 PM Zoom link opens for meet and mingle.
6:00 PM Blessings for Hanukkah and Shabbat candles and Service on Zoom with Rabbi Rosie Haim and Cantor Laurel Barr.
Followed by dinner time, a virtual oneg, and a nice chance to play games and chat together.
Hanukkah-Shabbat Zoom Link will be sent through email.
Preparing YOURSELF for Hanukkah: Remember to think about how you’d like to make your home feel special for this holiday. Here are some suggestions: Break out your menorah and be ready to share a story about it—maybe it's history—is it a family heirloom? Or think of a family custom around the menorah. Consider adding some Hanukkah decorations in your background. Don’t forget your Shabbat candlesticks, kiddush cup, and a pretty plate for your challah rolls.