Passover

 PASSOVER

April 1 – 11, 2017

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Passover at Bet Alef gives us the opportunity to explore the mystical depths of the traditions and rituals. A way to share with friends and families as we experience the leaving of Mitzrayim (our places of stuckness).

With Rabbi Olivier BenHaim as our guide, we will explore the deeper mystical teachings of our lineage and share the traditional symbols, story & songs, in order to discover anew the spiritual dimensions of Passover and their meaning in our own lives.

 

SederCommunity Seder

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Tuesday, April 11 at 6:00 PM

Members: $38 Adults/ $20 Youth
Non-Members: $48 Adults/$25 Youth
Children: $12
Child care provided.

A $5.00 late charge will be added per person for registrations after April 7.
Registrations after April 10th will be contingent upon availability of space.

 

This year’s catered buffet will include:

Starter: Organic Mixed Greens Salad (Vegan)
Main Course: Alaskan Cod, Moroccan style (Gluten Free)
Two Side dishes: Leek Patties with Feta & Tzatziki (Vegetarian) & Vegetable Kuggle (Vegan, GF)
Two Desserts: Mini-Berry Pavlova (GF) & Brownies

Kids’ Buffet:
Cauliflower Crust Mini-Pizza, carrots, fruit platter.

 

chava-mirelFamily Seder and Potluck (with Chava Mirel)

Saturday, April 1 from 5:00 – 7:00 PM
Share blessings, stories, singing and fun! This is a child-friendly Seder appropriate for the entire family. Led by Rabbi Olivier and featuring a brand new Bet Alef Family Haggadah.

Look for a special e-invitation coming soon to your inbox.

If you know families with children who would be interested in joining us for this fun, kid-friendly, Seder, but are not members and/or not on our e-mail lists please contact Amy Bearmon with their details so that they can be added to our Passover e-invitation.

 

Passover Workshop

Monday, April 3 from 7:00 – 8:30 PM
Discover, through discussion, learning and creative expression, ways to bring deeper meaning to your Passover experience this year. Workshop is free but registration requested. Led by Rabbi Olivier.

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