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Community Second Seder at Har HaShem

In each and every generation
you shall see yourself as if
you yourself went forth from Egypt.

Every year we sit down at our Passover Seders and recount and re-experience the journey from slavery toward redemption. With ritual foods and songs, prayers and readings, we bring this story to life. The Seder is a personal, family, and communal experience.

Bring your family and join your friends at Congregation Har HaShem‘s second night Seder on Saturday, March 31. Rabbi Bronstein will lead the Seder beginning at 5:30pm. The seder (including meal) will last approximately 2-2.5 hours.

Reservations are required by Friday, March 23 and must be paid in advance. Your response will help us prepare and arrange seating. Our office will be closed Friday, March 30 in preparation for Passover.

All are welcome, young and old, newcomers and veterans. Crafts for the young and stories for those older will evoke our traditions and bring freshness to familiar practice.

The meal will be kosher style for Passover and will be catered by Uprooted. The menu includes vegetarian matzoh ball soup; slow braised chicken or mushrooms with lemons, thyme and shallots; matzo meal chicken fingers (kids option); potato and butternut squash kugel; roasted Brussels sprouts and root vegetables; salad; and Passover chocolate brownie cookies and warm blueberry cobbler with matzo meal crumble for dessert. The entire menu is dairy-free and gluten-free. No leavened foods may be carried in.

The cost is $36 per adult and $15 for children between the ages of 4-10. Kids ages 3 and under are free.

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