Join us for an online-only Community Seder continuing to explore the themes of reciprocity and mutuality as we re-enter the Exodus story, sing, and eat ritual foods. Co-led by Beth Dickinson, Rachel Bloch and Rabbi SAM Luckey.
We will spend the first hour together in ritual, then have a half an hour break for eating dinner, during which people can self-select to opt into a breakout room to connect with other Kehilla folks. We will come back together from 7:30 to 8 pm for more ritual and closing. Registration is free and ALL are welcome!
Please have some paper and drawing utensils handy for creative participation pieces. You can print out In Every Generation doc ahead of time and cut out the middle circle.
Prepare your own seder plate in advance with:
Maror (bitter herb, such as horseradish), Haroset (fruit paste), Hazeret (bitter vegetable, such as a bitter leafy green like Romaine lettuce), Zeroah (shank bone or beet), Karpas (spring herb such as parsley, or potato)
Plus: salt water for dipping, a hard-boiled egg, Matzah (unleavened bread), and a cup of juice, wine, or other festive drink.
An orange (for queer liberation), an olive or olive oil (for Palestinian liberation), a spoon (for disability justice), fair-trade chocolate (for resisting present-day slavery), an acorn (for Indigenous rematriation), or others.