This year, our Seder will be held on Saturday, April 20 at 5 pm in Hale Hall. The Passover Seder is one of the most widely observed practices in the Jewish tradition, and combines food and storytelling into a celebration of the journey from bondage to liberation. By metaphorically reliving the ancient Jewish experience of slavery in Egypt and escape into freedom, participants of all ages reflect on what it means to be free. Join us for a night of story and song, good food, and good company.
Families, couples and individuals are invited to bring a dish to pass, as well as a bottle of wine or fruit juice (an essential part of the ritual meal). If you plan to attend, please send an email to Rev. Kelly (firstname.lastname@example.org) and include: Number of Adults, Number of children, What you’d like to bring (subject to adjustment as we see what we need).