Saturday, April 23rd
at Havurah House
Please join us for a joyous, family friendly and creative celebration of Freedom, Renewal and Redemption!
We are excited to be hosting a community seder this year for the second night of Pesach, led by Rabbi David Edleson. As with all Havurah events, the help of volunteers is vital and we hope you will support this wonderful holiday celebration.
Your help is needed with the following:
–Shopping. There will be a few items to pick up (wine, matzah, etc.). You will be reimbursed.
–Lead a portion of the Seder. Do you have a favorite song, reading or prayer, or a story to share? Be part of our community celebration of freedom, redemption and spring. We will be using use the Gates of Freedom Haggadah by Chaim Stern as a source and our guide to the order of the Seder. Your contributions are welcome.
–Potluck food – Please bring a dish to share for the potluck dinner. (See kashrut information below.) We will also need a few people to bring nut free charoset, and help with keeping hot food hot and cold food cold and bring it out to the serving table at the appointed time.
–Children‘s activities – Last year we managed to keep things moving and children engaged throughout the Seder, so this is optional. But contingent upon volunteers to help with it and children needing it, we may have separate activities for children under. Please let us know if you can help monitor and/or provide ideas for these activities.
–Setup – Volunteers are needed to meet at 4:00pm before the seder to set up the room and tables.
–Cleanup – Volunteers are needed to stay briefly after the seder to clear and dismantle the tables.
The plate fee, to cover costs of the Seder, is $7 per person or $28 per family.
Please RSVP by Monday, April 18.
Parking on site if for handicapped only. Please park on Seminary St or in town.