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Seder at Chabad of NW Metro Denver in 2010 - (Photo taken before the holiday)
Seder at Chabad of NW Metro Denver in 2010 - (Photo taken before the holiday)

Avoid the Seder Blues

Photo of previous Chabad of NW Metro Denver Seder taken prior to start of Passover holiday

Have you ever gone to a Seder and not known what going to happen next? When will you get to the meal? To avoid the Seder blues Chabad of NW Metro Denver is advising all their guests of their complete Seder schedule.

Seder reservations can still be made at www.COJewish.com/seder or by calling 303.429.5177

First Seder Night- Friday April 6
This Seder is geared for singles, couples and families of all ages who appreciate an early finishing Seder but don’t want to miss out on the beautiful Seder traditions and meaningful commentary. Our children’s program also makes this a great choice for families with young children.

First Night Seder Schedule  at the Rocky Mountain Conference at Front Range College – Westminster

Shabbat Candle Lighting Ceremony – 6:30 PM

Blessing on Wine – 6:45 PM

Passover Meal – 6:50 PM

Kiddush (blessing on wine) – 8:00 PM

Mah Nishtana & Seder readings- 8:10 PM

Matzah and Bitter Herbs- 8:40 PM

Dessert and Afikomen- 9:00 PM

Cup of Elijah and Grace – 9:15 PM

Seder Songs – 9:30 PM

Approx Conclusion – 9:45 PM


Second Seder Night- Saturday April 7 at Chabad of NW Metro Denver – Westminster

Rabbi Benjy and Leah Brackman open their family Seder to the community. This Seder will include all the traditions including a nightfall start. Rabbi Brackman’s children will assist him in leading the Seder by providing part of the Seder’s commentary, explanations and songs.

 Second Night Seder Schedule

 Holiday Evening Services and Candle Lighting Ceremony 8:15 pm

Seder Kiddush 8:30 pm

Mah Nishtana and Seder readings 8:40 pm

Matzah and bitter herbs 9:40 pm

Passover Meal 10:00 pm

Dessert and Afikomen 10:30 pm

Cup of Elijah and Grace 10:45 pm

Seder Songs 11:00 pm

Approx conclusion 11:30 pm

Reservations can still be made at www.COJewish.com/seder or by calling 303.429.5177

About Rabbi Benjy Brackman

Rabbi Benjy Brackman
Benjy Brackman is the Rabbi/Executive Director of Chabad of NW Metro Denver in Westminster, Colorado.

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