Kansas City’s The Roasterie has teamed with JFS to create a special Passover blend of coffee that will support the community food pantry. 10 percent of the proceeds from sales will be donated to the JFS food pantry. It is certified Kosher by The Vaad HaKashruth of Kansas City. Buy it at The Roasterie’s web site as well as area grocery stores including Hen House in Leawood and Fresh Market in Overland Park. Shoppers are encouraged to ask for it where The Roasterie coffee is regularly sold.
A Community Seder Dedicated to Modern Day Slavery
Tuesday, April 15, 2014, 6:30 pm at Congregation Beth Shalom
We will retell the story of our people’s journey and remind ourselves of those still living enslaved today. Led by Rabbis David Glickman, Arthur Nemitoff, Scott White & Cantors Tahl Ben-Yehudah and Sharon Kohn. Kosher-for-Passover Seder meal prepared under VAAD supervision. Click here for registration form.
Jewish Family Services is helping over 225 households celebrate Passover, but we need your help! We welcome any donations of Kosher for Passover foods such as matzah, soup mix, matzah meal, dessert mixes, and reusable shopping bags.
Monetary donations also are needed to help with the costs of perishable items.
Your donations help provide:
$18 – Matzah for the duration of Passover
$36 – Matzah and kosher chicken for a Passover Seder
$54 – A box of kosher food for a family of 2
$72 – A box of kosher food for a family of 4
Life is a journey – a sacred path with unpredictable terrain. We need comfort and care, both when we celebrate and when we suffer, when we rejoice and when we mourn. This sacred and supportive time offers spiritual healing and renewal for every stage of life. Our contemporary service includes prayer, song, readings, and person reflection. Thursday, April 3, 2014, 6:30pm at Village Shalom.