Passover Seder Celebration

Next observance April 4, 2015

Passover Seder service in Main Hall

The Living Tradition shared by Unitarian Universalists draws from many sources. Included in these sources are:

Jewish and Christian teachings which call us to respond to God’s love
by loving our neighbors as ourselves.

In the spirit of this Living Tradition, each year we celebrate a communal Passover Seder at UUCPA. Seder is the traditional Passover dinner celebrating freedom and thanksgiving. Ritual foods and a special dinner are eaten as part of a ritual telling the story of the deliverance of the Hebrew people from slavery in Egypt.

Special foods prepared in special ways are an important part of the Passover Seder celebration. We have Passover recipes available for your use if you wish. If you prefer to use your own recipes, please observe these dietary laws associated with Passover. Each family is asked to bring part of the dinner to share, to contribute to the cost of ritual foods, and to help with the work of the dinner. Ways in which a family may help include:

Be sure to bring your own eating utensils: dinner & dessert plates, soup bowl, wine & water glasses, and flatware.

Reservations are definitely required so that we can provide enough of the ritual foods for the service. Please sign up on the Patio after services in March and April or contact the church office.

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