Join the community for a friendly, fun, delicious and inspiring First Night Seder.
This interactive and transformative Seder is geared towards young adults and young families – but open to everyone!
We hope that you will join us and bring your friends that might not otherwise be at a Seder!
Reservation details available soon.
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In what language is the Seder?
English and Hebrew.
When does Seder start?
We are asking guests to gather starting at 6:45 so that we light candles together, sing Kabbalat Shabbat, and can sit down for the seder by 7:30.
Is this a traditional seder?
Our Seder is created so that people from many backgrounds can find a common place to celebrate. Our Seder goes through the Hagadah, asks questions, sings the songs, and includes everything that is needed for a Halachic seder.
Can kids come to the Seder?
YES!!! Children are going to play an important role in the seder itself and are welcome! There will also be a supervised Children’s play area open throughout the evening and a quiet room for our littlest participants to snooze.
Are there subsidies?
Volunteer positions are available if you cannot afford the Seder.
Are there Four Cups of Wine?
Yes! We serve several different kinds of wine as well as grape juice.
Will there be Shmurah Matzah?
While we do provide some for everyone to taste – we do not provide handmade matzah for your entire meal. You are welcome to bring your own handmade matzah.
Can I bring my Uncle Max?
Yes. This is a Seder where everyone is welcome. It is however geared towards young professionals and young families.
Space is limited so don’t delay.
*Artwork used with permission from the artist, Karin Foreman.