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Passover

 

Why Is Our Seder Different from All Other Seders?

 

1.  We celebrate the values and symbols we cherish with words we believe.

2. We add modern stories of human struggles to achieve freedom and equality, connecting our ancient myths with current concerns.

3.  In retelling the Exodus story, we emphasize human freedom and dignity, the power of human beings to affect their destiny, and the importance of hope.

4.  The singing of Dayenu (“it would be enough”) for us can also be  Lo Dayenu (“it would not be enough”), changing the message from one of satisfaction to a reminder that there is still more to do.

 

 

Passover Seder and Registration

Thursday, April 6, 5:00pm

Join us for this in-person only event at Bluegrass Restaurant in Highland Park for the second night of Passover. Don't miss this chance to experience a meaningful Passover seder with Rabbi Adam Chalom and enjoy a family-style dinner with your Kol Hadash family and friends. Proof of vaccination & Masks required to attend. Due to Covid-19 protocol space is limited.Questions? Contact Jeremy at info@KolHadash.com.

 

 

Sunday School Passover Family Seder

Sunday, March 19, 10:45am

 

A fun and casual setting intended for children of all ages to learn about Passover's interesting history, customs and special foods. Guests are always welcome!

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You might also enjoy this article by our Rabbi Chalom on “Secular Passover Values.”

For more information, please contact our administrator, Jeremy Owens, at info@KolHadash.com, or 847/383-5184.

Sat, 13 August 2022