Cape Cod Synagogue Provides Christmas Dinner to Greater Community in Need

A warm, welcoming dinner Christmas Day from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.

If your holiday plans have you alone on Christmas Day, consider enjoying a Christmas dinner with other members of the community who would normally be alone when the Cape Cod Synagogue hosts a turkey feast from 2-4pm on Christmas Day for anyone, including the homeless, isolated, and population-in-need on Cape Cod.

The Cape Cod Synagogue, as part of their mission in caring for and responding to the needs of others within the congregation and in the larger community, has offered this "Mitzvah" (a good deed) of preparing this holiday meal annually for over 60 years.

In addition to the dinner, the Synagogue has been collecting donations of new and gently used coats, and new socks, gloves and hats to distribute to those attending the dinner who would benefit from these items.  Donations are still being accepted through the remainder of this week for winter weather gear in order to meet distribution during the time people attend the dinner.

No reservation is required.  The Cape Cod Synagogue is located at 145 Winter Street in Hyannis. 508-775-2988.


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