On Sunday, February 4, 2018, the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots will face off in Super Bowl LII, to be held in U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, MN, home of the Minnesota Vikings. Darchei Noam, a modern Orthodox, OU-member synagogue in St. Louis Park, is welcoming Jewish football fans of all team affiliations for the Shabbat preceding the big game.
“We do have Eagles fans, we have Patriots fans, and we have a whole lot of Vikings fans. Everyone has been gracious,” said Rabbi Max Davis, spiritual leader of the congregation. “I will admit, as a social experiment, I would like to house them together to see what happens.”
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