Everything You Wanted to Know About Making a Seder – VIRTUAL!

Everything You Wanted to Know About Making a Seder – VIRTUAL!

April 1, 2020 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Amanda Herring

seder plate

Marion Usher, Ph.D, author of One Couple Two Faiths: stories of live and religion
Amanda Herring, MA Manager of Jewish Life & Learning at the EDCJCC
Debra Beland Ackerman, Director of Education and Youth Activities at Congregation Olam Tikvah
Sarah Rabin Spira, Manager, PJ Library, at The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington

This year’s Seder may be a little different. With so many people self-isolated at home, how do we celebrate Passover?

We’ll cover selecting or creating your own Haggadah, creating a menu, tips for hosting digitally, and how to use items you can fin around your house to make your seder fun and interactive for all. There’s no one way to host a seder and we’ll make sure you leave feeling confident and ready to host your seder your own way, acknowledging tradition and your own personal Jewish identity.

You’ll receive Zoom information for the class upon registration and a document of resources after the call.

There’s a limit of 100 participants in the zoom call if you are unable to join because of that limit, go to our facebook page to watch the livestream

Date: Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Co-sponsored by Edlavitch DCJCC, Love and Religion – An Interfaith Workshop for Jews and their Partners, PJ Library in Greater Washington, and Congregation Olam Tikvah