The Exodus Continues: on Immigrants and Refugees
Led by Rabbis Burt Jacobson and David J. Cooper with special guests
The Kehilla Community Seder will be held on Saturday, April 15, 4:45pm. The seder this year will continue our High Holy Day theme focused on immigrants and refugees. How appropriate! The story of the Israelites in Egypt is the story of an oppressed immigrant community. They were confronted by a Pharaoh who treated his immigrant population as outsiders who threatened his power. Eventually the Torah says to them that since they know the experience of being the outsider, that in their own society they should never molest or oppress the immigrant.
We will feature a delicious catered organic meal with vegetarian and gluten-free choices. Passover Seder Menu
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