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Shaaring Our Story: 2nd Night Passover Seder

What makes Shaare Emeth’s Community 2nd Night Seder different from all of the other community 2nd night seders?

  1. It starts with the people – at the front of the room and around the tables. Our seder will be led by Rabbi Andrea Goldstein, Cantor Seth Warner, and Lucy Greenbaum, and is truly intergenerational. Sit with your family or dearest friends or we’ll thoughtfully arrange your table for you to meet someone new.
  2. It’s a feast for your senses – our gourmet Passover meal is expertly crafted by Papa Mark Catering, delighting your taste buds and smelling divine (vegetarian options available). You’ll hear curated readings from traditional and modern haggadot, the beautiful singing voices of Lucy Greenbaum, Cantor Warner, and members of Shir Emeth Youth Choir!
  3. It’s just right for kids but geared toward everyone – our seder won’t be too long, but it’s also not too short. We plan to serve the meal around 6:30 and Debbie Bram will lead activities for the children throughout the seder to keep them engaged. All children in attendance can take part in the Afikomen Challenge and will leave with Passover goodies (frogs on their heads, perhaps).
  4. We’re weaving in Israel and Tzedek (justice) components. More details on these to come.

Pricing:

  • $45/adult members • $50/adult non-members (ages 10+)
  • $25/child members • $30/child non-members (ages 3-10)
  • No charge for children under age 3
  • Financial assistance for members is available; email Craig Neuman, Executive Director

Register by April 10 at 4 p.m. to secure your spot!

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Date

Apr 23 2024

Time

5:30 pm

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Winter Weather: January 14, 2024

Religious School Canceled

Due to the predicted weather forecast for Sunday, January 14, all Sunday Religious School programming has been canceled. We appreciate your understanding and support. The temple offices and our religious school will reopen on Tuesday, after the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day holiday.