The Seattle chapter of Jewish Voice for Peace is hosting our eleventh participatory Seder on the second night of Passover.
Through the telling of the Exodus, we'll make connections to present day struggles for liberation, including Israel/Palestine, and consider how we can work toward liberation in our world. You are welcome to invite friends and family members.
Sliding Scale $0-$20 (Nobody turned away for lack of funds).
We will provide ritual foods, but the dinner portion is a vegetarian POTLUCK. Maybe do a quick internet search about what is kosher for Passover (it varies in different traditions, but generally we don't do a lot of bready things!). We do eat lots of matzah. Please label your dishes with what ingredients are in them.
A-J bring entree
K-Q bring side dish or salad
R-Z bring dessert
Extra points for gluten free and/or vegan items. Bringing a bottle of wine is great if you bring it IN ADDITION TO FOOD. (We don't want anyone to go hungry on this important festival of eating!)
We are respecting the Palestinian call for a boycott, so please try to bring wine (or whatever) made in places other than Israel.
We are gathering at the Southeast Seattle Senior Center at 4655 South Holly Street, Seattle, WA 98118 at the corners of Rainier Ave S and S Holly Street along the #7 Bus route.
On street parking is available. Additional parking is available directly behind the Cheap Chickadee Thrift Store and in the parking garage under the Center, with has direct access to the elevator.
Building is wheelchair accessible and low-scent. Please be scent-free.
If you'd like to help out with this event in any way, or for accessibility questions, please contact [email protected]
Hope to see you for a fun and meaningful ritual!