Twin Cities Synagogue Offers Shabbat Housing, Meals To Shomer Shabbat Super Bowl LII Ticket Holders

(Minneapolis, MN) – Congregation Darchei Noam, a Modern Orthodox, Orthodox Union member synagogue, is offering Shabbat hospitality to football fans coming to the Twin Cities for Super Bowl LII!

On February 4, 2018, the most widely watched sporting event in the country will be played at US Bank Stadium in Downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota. Darchei Noam is offering Shabbat meals and housing to observant Jews traveling to the Twin Cities for the big game who need such accommodations.

“Despite the expected cold temperatures in our part of the country that time of year, Darchei Noam is one of the warmest places in town,” said Rabbi Max Davis of Darchei Noam. “If you’re lucky enough to have tickets to the game, we’d like to offer you an opportunity to spend Shabbos with our shul family.”

Please contact us via email at [email protected] with hospitality requests. First come, first served, and we will make every attempt to meet requests based on availability. To learn more about Jewish life in the Twin Cities, please visit our website and click here.

 

 

 

Jewish Heritage Night with the Philadelphia Soul


You are invited to join the Philadelphia Jewish Voice and the Greater Philadelphia Jewish community at the Wells Fargo Center for an exciting, family-friendly evening of arena football as the Philadelphia Soul take on the Pittsburgh Power during the Soul’s Jewish Heritage Night, Sunday, June 24 at 6:05 pm. In addition to the non-stop action that arena football brings, the evening will also feature kosher food and Jewish themed entertainment.





Each ticket costs $28.

Ticket prices have been reduced to $19!

Tickets can be used for Jewish Heritage night or for any 2012 Philadelphia Soul regular season home game. A portion of the proceeds will support the Philadelphia Jewish Voice.

Contact [email protected] if you have any questions.

See you on June 24th!