Throughout the years, our congregation has gathered on the second night of Passover to retell the story of the Jews’ exodus from Egypt. Last year, in the early days of the pandemic, we did not come together in person as a Temple family for a Seder, but instead met briefly on Zoom on the first night to light candles and offer holiday greetings.
This year, we’re pleased that Achduth Vesholom’s Second Night Seder returns – albeit on Zoom. Plan to join us on Sunday, March 28 at 5 p.m. for a family-friendly virtual Passover Seder, led by Rabbi Meir.
We will share a ritual meal only, focused on the Seder Plate, while we commemorate our people’s redemption from slavery by reading from the Haggadah. The one-hour program will conclude in time for families and friends to have their own Passover meals.
Check back for more detailed information as the date approaches. The link will be sent to our Temple family in the weekly email. Guests are welcome. Please contact the Temple office at (260) 744-4245 or email@example.com for access information.