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Passover is rapidly approaching! Unfortunately, our circumstances have not changed a whole lot from last year to this one. Due to COVID-19, we are again unable to gather in person for our congregational Passover Seder. However, we are eager to share two wonderful opportunities to celebrate z’man cheruteinu, the time of our freedom from Egyptian slavery:

 
A Scholar’s Seder: Passover Food for Thought
Saturday, March 20, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Join Rabbi David Spinrad, Cantor Jason Kaufman, Rabbi Bailey Romano, Rabbi Brett Isserow, Rabbi Susan Warshaw, Rabbi Ann Folb, and our Torah study scholar Gilah Goldsmith for an evening of Zoom learning in preparation for Passover. We’ll start with Havdalah, and then each of our scholars will teach 20-minute mini-sessions on a variety of topics including:
  • The Biblical Origins of Passover and the Development of the Festival
  • Where are the Women? Finding the Heroines in the Passover Story
  • The Evolution of the Haggadah and Its Impact on the Meaning of Passover
  • Next Year May We All Be Free: The Jewish Responsibility to Modern Slavery
  • Searching for Chametz
  • And more!
 
Please visit the calendar on the Beth El website to RSVP and plan to come to some or all of the sessions: https://www.bethelhebrew.org/event/a-scholars-seder-passover-food-for-thought.html

A more detailed schedule will be available on the website and in the weekly email.
 
 
Beth El Congregational Passover Seder

Sunday, March 28, 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM
 
Unable to be with family and friends and looking for a Seder? Join Rabbi Spinrad, Cantor Kaufman, and Rabbi Romano for our annual congregational Passover Seder. You set the table and prepare the Seder, and we’ll do the rest!
 
Please visit the calendar on the Beth El website to RSVP:
https://www.bethelhebrew.org/event/congregational-passover-seder.html

Thu, April 15 2021 3 Iyar 5781