Interfaith Hunger Seder at the State Capitol

The Sixth Annual Interfaith Hunger Seder to raise hunger awareness will be held on Tuesday, March 31, 4:30 pm in the Old Judiciary Room (third floor) of the Connecticut State Capitol.

The Seder will be led by Rabbi David Small of The Emanuel Synagogue in West Hartford and Reverend Shelley D. Best, president and CEO of the Conference of Churches.

The Seder is sponsored by the Jewish Council for Public Affairs, the Jewish Community Relation Councils of the Jewish Federations of Greater Hartford and New Haven, the University of Hartford Hillel, The Emanuel Synagogue, Jewish Family Services of Greater Hartford, Asylum Hill Congregational Church, UCC, the Conference of Churches, the Connecticut Association for Human Services, End Hunger Connecticut!, B’yadeynu, MAZON, and Pakistani American Association of CT.

The public, along with legislators, constitutional officers and legislative staff, are invited to attend.

Seating is limited, reservations are required. To reserve a seat contact: jfact@mcmgmt.com or (860) 727-5789.

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