Date(s) - 04/16/2017
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Members and friends, adults, children, youth, and families (whether or not you’re Jewish) are invited to participate in the Fellowship’s annual family and child-friendly potluck Passover Seder (a modernized UU version of the traditional Jewish Passover meal that commemorates the liberation of the Hebrew people from slavery in Egypt and reaffirms the ongoing struggle of all people for freedom from oppression).
Please let us know if you can bring one of the symbolic Passover foods that are served on the communal seder plate:
Matzah (unleavened bread)
Maror (bitter herbs: horseradish or Romaine lettuce)
Karpas (parsley or celery)
Beitzah (roasted or hard boiled eggs)
Charoset (chopped apples, raisins, nuts, honey, cinnamon, and wine) Click here for recipe.
Z’roa (we will substitute a chicken wing or neck or a roasted beet or sweet potato instead of the traditional shank bone of a lamb).