What is an Oneg?
Oneg Shabbat is translated as "joy of Shabbat". It usually refers to a celebratory gathering following Shabbat services and often includes food, discussion, and socializing. We hold an Oneg each Sabbath service. We meet for about 1 hour of worship and prayer, break for Oneg, and finish with our bible study.
What do I bring?
Everyone is asked to bring at least one main dish and one side dish or dessert. If everyone brings enough for themselves and their family plus some to share there is always enough!
We do have several attendees with gluten and/or dairy issues. Of course, no one expects you to prepare for the special cases. However, if you are sure that your dish is gluten or dairy free, please let someone know and we will be sure to label it as such. We do politely ask that you not bring pork or unclean fish dishes.