Passing Over: The Celebration and Challenge of Passover

Passover commemorates the liberation of the Jewish people from enslavement in Egypt. The story of the exodus is told and retold at the Seder, an interactive, fun, and engaging dinner featuring ritual foods, plenty of wine (and other beverages), a special “treasure hunt” for the kids, and when all goes well, good cheer. Members of our congregation will share their stories of Passovers past and, in traditional Passover fashion, raise some questions about the meaning of liberation in the midst of a fraught and challenging world.

Sunday worship is held in-person as well as on Zoom and on Facebook every week at 10:00 a.m.

Weekly worship services are followed by an informal time in the courtyard to chat and check in. Online coffee hour starts a few minutes after the service ends.

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