Social Action Congregational Shabbat Dinner
Friday, February 16 at 7:30 PM
Celebrate the role of social action in our lives and community by helping us welcome a very special guest, a nationally known promoter of social justice who literally wrote the book on faith-based organizing, Kim Bobo. Bobo has authored a number of books on faith/social justice topics. She was named one of 14 “faith leaders to watch” in 2014 by the Center for American Progress, one of Utne Reader’s “50 Visionaries Who Are Changing Your World” in 2009, and currently serves as Executive Director of Virginia Interfaith Center for Public Policy. “She is spiritually driven to do as much good for people as humanly possible,” said Frank McKinney, Chair of the Board for the Virginia Interfaith Center. “Kim exudes both enthusiasm and compassion for her chosen work."
While the dinner and Shabbat services are free, each guest is asked to bring contributions of an appetizer, main dish, side dish, or dessert to serve 8-10 adults. (No pork, shellfish, fish, chicken or beef please!)
Appetizer (for 8-10 people)
Vegetarian Main Course (for 8-10 people)
Vegetarian Side Dish (for 8-10 people)
Drinks (for 8-10 people)
Dessert (for 8-10 people)
Please remember- we are nut free! There will not be an opportunity to warm your items up; so, please arrive with your food ready to serve at the temperature it should be eaten. Please remember to bring your own serving utensils.
Feel free to bring your own cloth napkins, utensils and dishes in order to help save resources and protect our earth.
During the registration process, you will be asked which dish you are contributing.
Contact: Jeffrey Levy or Karen Hendrixson, [email protected]
Please email us if you need any special accommodations to attend this event.
When: Saturday, Feb. 17
12:30 am - 2:00 am
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