STAMFORD — Temple Beth El in Stamford is offering a community learning series designed to enrich your experience of Passover. Presented in conjunction with the Context Adult Jewish Learning Program of the Jewish Theological Seminary, “How Has This Night Been Different From All Others?” tracks the development of Passover ritual From Biblical times to the Present. The first session was offered on March 1, but participants can join at any time. Sessions take place on Thursday, 8 – 9:30 p.m. Temple Beth El is located at 350 Roxbury Rd. For more information or to register call (203) 322-6901 x306, or email email@example.com. Admission to the series is $36 for members; $50 for non-members. The March 29 seder is free and open to the public.
The Hidden Message of the Seder Night: A Rabbinic Retelling of a Biblical Story
Led by Dr. David Hoffman, Jewish Theological Seminary
Jewish-Christian Relations Through the Lens of Passover
Led by Dr. Arnold Franklin, Queens College
The Passover Seder in Contemporary America: Re-envisioning the Cup(s) of Redemption
Led by Dr. Ellen Umansky, Fairfield University
MARCH 29, 7:30 p.m.
Community Interfaith Seder
Join Rabbi Hammerman, Cantor Mordecai and guests from many faiths, as we discuss the impact of the Exodus story and the Seder ritual on our lives and on the world. FREE and open to all