Special Seder at the Bayit

Celebrate trees at the Bayit:

Tu B’shvat, the birthday of trees, is coming up, and the Jewish Community invites you celebrate with us! We’ll be having a special seder (ceremonial meal) on Friday night at the Bayit.

Following Shabbat services and dinner, we will enjoy dried fruits, nuts, and other goodies to celebrate nature and the seasons, and we will discuss how Judaism relates to environmental issues. The seder will probably start around 8:30 pm and go for about an hour. Please come and bring friends!

Date: Friday, February 6
Time: 8:30 pm
Place: The Bayit

8 thoughts on “Special Seder at the Bayit

  1. Anonymous

    The seder will begin after Shabbat dinner, around 8:30 (Rabbi David’s email was incorrect). Come at 7:45 for both!

  2. Anonymous

    The seder will begin after Shabbat dinner, around 8:30 (Rabbi David’s email was incorrect). Come at 7:45 for both!

  3. Anonymous

    correct me if i’m wrong, but i didn’t think any ceremonial meal could be called a “seder”. i thought a seder was a meal that involved things being eaten symbolically in a special order. no?the event sounds really nice by the way-(not very religious) jew

  4. Anonymous

    correct me if i’m wrong, but i didn’t think any ceremonial meal could be called a “seder”. i thought a seder was a meal that involved things being eaten symbolically in a special order. no?

    the event sounds really nice by the way

    -(not very religious) jew

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