Gesher welcomes singles, couples and families with children of all ages to
Celebrate Shabbat with Shabbat Dinner at Gesher
Shabbat is an island of being in a world of doing. To get the island, you need a bridge (a gesher). Rabbi Laurie Rutenberg and Rabbi Gary Schoenberg's home is called Gesher, because it is a bridge. It provides a feast, with candlelight, melody, nourishing food, meaningful conversation and a joyful experience to begin Shabbat and deepen your Jewish experience.
We will be welcoming Shabbat guests at 6:00, but we invite you to arrive as early as 5:00 to learn about and help prepare for Shabbat in our kitchen. This is a festive vegetarian pot-luck, with a special welcome for those new to Shabbat at home, and those looking for deeper ways to connect their home with community.