The Passover seder is a ritual meal in which Jews celebrate their freedom from Egyptian slavery by telling the story of the Exodus. The ritual consists of eating symbolic foods, story-telling, discussion of modern issues pertaning to freedom and liberation, singing and eating a meal together.
People of all backgrounds find the seder meaningful and accessible.
You must RSVP for this event, as the food is ordered in advanced and prepared according to the laws of Passover kashrut. RSVP and questions to Rabbi Danielle: firstname.lastname@example.org by April 1.