Our Passover celebration highlights freedom, with the strength of the diaspora to build community in a spiritual place
March 28, 2017
On Tuesday April 11, Sim Shalom will host a second night Seder much the way Moses journeyed, on the go and portable, albeit with wi-fi. The second night Seder will include festive freedom songs including Dayenu and readings from the Haggadah, to retell the story of liberation. But this Seder plate, with foods that represent the hardships Jewish forebearers endured, will be passed virtually. Unlike the forty days traveled through the desert in ancient Egypt, followers can join from wherever they call home. All are welcome to join and participate via live chat by clicking on Sim Shalom’s website or Facebook live at 7:00pm EST.
According to Sim Shalom’s Founder, Rabbi Cantor Steven Blane “Our Passover celebration highlights freedom, with the strength of the diaspora to build community in a spiritual place. Passover is one of our most celebrated holidays. By passing the Manischewitz virtually to one another we nourish connections, traditions and our creativity to go forward.”
For those wandering the New York area on April 10, Rabbi Blane will lead a first night Seder with joyful Passover music at the Knickerbocker Bar & Grill in Greenwich Village in NYC beginning at 5:00pm. For more information and to make reservations contact the Knickerbocker at 212-228-8490. Sojourners can join him live in New York on Monday or Tuesday online for the global Seder.
Festivities will last all week on Sim Shalom’s Facebook live. There will be inspiration and Passover meatless recipes in support of Sim Shalom’s partnership with the international Meatless Monday Campaign to protect ones health and the health of the planet. The Union of Jewish…