Let all who are hungry for spiritual sustenance and community join us.
Wednesday, April 8, 2020
- Seder will be led by Rabbi Jamie Korngold and Songleader Ari Sharfstein
- 4:45 pm: “Doors” open. Join the password-protected Zoom meeting and chat freely for 15 minutes.
- 5:00 pm: Seder starts. We expect the Seder to last for 1 hour and 15 minutes.
- Fee: Free for members and those on the list below.
- $18 per guest but a max of $54/Zoom link.
Attend for Free (by Registering as a Member) if You Are Sharing a Zoom Link with a:
- 2019-2020 Adventure B’nai Mitzvah Class Student
- Current Individual Bar and Bat Mitzvah Student
- Moab 2020 participant who made a contribution when the event was canceled.
What You Will Need:
- Password: Register to receive the secure meeting password. Please do not share this! We can only accommodate a set number of guests on Zoom.
- Haggadah: Please download and print the Haggadah.
- Kids: Practice the Four Questions.
What You Might Like:
- Wine or Juice (4 cups per person)
- Seder Plate with ritual foods (egg, shankbone or roasted beet, charoset, horseradish, parsely, lettuce)
- Salt Water
- 2 Candles and Matches
- Matzah Cover covering 3 matzot (a napkin will do)
- Hand Sanitizer
Helpful Zoom Tips:
- Please do not mute yourself but rather allow us to do that.
- We recommend using a computer or tablet for best experience.
- Please do join on video so we can see each other.
- We will be asking for volunteers to read.
Thoughts about the Seder from Rabbi Jamie Korngold, Adventure Rabbi
A long time ago, a plague disrupted and devastated Egyptian life, enabling the Israelites to be freed from bondage. They wandered in the desert for 40 years, before finally entering the Promised Land. During that time, they changed who they were, how they interacted, and the very fabric of their community.
Today, we face a new type of plague that has driven us into a new kind of desert, that of social isolation. We are being forced to change how we interact, how we go about our daily lives and more. What liberation will we find through this wrenching process? What good can we discover from this tragedy?
We remain united as a community, supporting each other, sharing with each other, and creating new ways to interact.