Nahalat Shalom will be hosting a Seder on both the first and the second night – Friday, April 3rd and Saturday, April 4th. Both Seders begin at 6:30pm. The Seders will be led by Rabbi Deborah Brin, and Cantorial Soloist Beth Cohen. The second night we will be joined by the Community Klezmer Band.
Nahalat Shalom's Community Seder is free of charge [donations are always welcome]. It is a Kosher for Passover, Vegetarian/Pescatarian Pot-luck dinner. Please label your food items as either Ashkenazic or Sephardic. Please bring your own ritual items (or arrange to sit with friends and share). For instance, you may want to bring a Seder plate, charoset, hardboiled egg, roasted beet [instead of a shank bone], parsley, bitter herb and matzah. (See below for more details on Passover food and what to bring/not bring, including some great recipes!)
The synagogue will provide haggadot, table cloths, paper goods and plastic cutlery. (Eco-kashrut alternative is to bring a washable place setting from home for your