Honoring all paths to God, we celebrate Freedom from Bondage through a special Seder Dinner Ritual. This ancient ritual uses food, prayer, story-telling, and ritual to remind us of the Truth of our freedom.
It is customary to invite guests, so come, all are welcomed to experience this tradition. The Seder is integral to Jewish faith and identity: as explained in the Haggadah. The Seder is an occasion for praise and thanksgiving and for re-dedication to the idea of liberation.
We will look at the tradition of Seder through a metaphysical lens. Giving this time-honored tradition a whole new depth to its meaning.
Children and Families are especially welcome.
Make sure to register before the April 13th cutoff date.
Date: April 15
Time: 6:30 – 9:00pm
Costs: Adults – $25,
Children up to 12 – $7
$5 for childcare for 3 and under.