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The synagogue can arrange all of your Kiddush and Seudah needs, and will assist you in choosing the appropriate menu for your simcha. Average attendance for a Kiddush is approximately 120 people. If you are planning on inviting additional guests you must adjust the amounts to meet your needs.

Below is our Kiddush and Seudah menu and price list. If you’d like to sponsor a meal, please contact our Sisterhood President, Naomi Elimelech at, and she will be glad to assist you and answer any questions you might have. If you want to download a PDF version of our menu click here. For non-member pricing please contact the office 301-770-6818 or

MDSC Kiddush Menu & Price List

Tamar- Basic Sponsored Kiddush: Includes eight basic items (sample; tuna, egg salad, green salad, potato chips, tortilla chips, salsa, pickles, cole slaw, olives, hummus, grapes, sliced cake, cookies) bread, coffee, tea, soda, paper goods and staff. Serves 100 people. Price: $445.

Gefen- Upgraded Basic Sponsored Kiddush: Includes four basic items (sample; tuna, egg salad, green salad, potato chips, tortilla chips, salsa, pickles, cole slaw, olives, hummus) one protein, 1 special salad, two kinds of fruit, two small dessert platters with at least two kinds of desserts, bread, coffee, tea, soda, paper goods and staff. Serves 125 people. Price: $785.

Rimon- Premium A la Carte Kiddush: Includes two pots of dafina, one protein, two special salads, one green salad, tuna salad, one side, bread, hummus, chips, two fruit platters, three dessert trays/platters with at least four kinds of desserts, coffee, tea, soda, paper goods and staff. Price: $1,470.

Examples of proteins: Chicken with olives, chicken with prunes, roasted chicken with herbs, ground turkey meatballs, ground tilipia patties in Moroccan sauce.

Examples of sides: Vegetables- peas and mushrooms, roasted root vegetables, Asian brussels sprouts, roasted baby potatoes with herbs, Moroccan chickpeas split pea soup, lentil soup, butternut squash soup, corn soup, Moroccan soup- lentil, chickpea and noodle soup, orzo pasta, rice, couscous with dried fruits, Moroccan noodles, Asian soba noodles.

Examples of special salads: Beet salad, carrot salad, babaganoush (eggplant and tahini) salad, celery and cranberry salad, Asian coleslaw, broccoli and cabbage slaw, zucchini and tahini salad.

Looking for something different? Maybe try an Israeli style brunch, or Middle Eastern or Asian inspired meal.  For more ideas or prices, contact Naomi Elimelech at

Seudah Shlisheet

Seudah Shlisheet is the third meal customarily eaten by Jews on Shabbat. If you would like to sponsor a Seudah in honor or in memory of a loved one, you may choose meat or fish for the menu. A more detailed menu is available upon request.

The Seudah Shelisheet is a flat fee of $175 per sponsor.

Please note, no use of the synagogue kitchen will be permitted at any time for any reason without the presence of a mashgiach, who has been approved by the Rabbi/Vaad. If the kitchen is rented for a private event, the fee for supervision is to be paid directly by the event host.

Tue, March 19 2019 12 Adar II 5779