Hevreh’s Second Night Virtual Passover Seder
Passover is our celebration of freedom from Egypt. In Hebrew, we call Egypt Mitzrayim, meaning “the narrow place.” This past year has been our own Mitzrayim. As we gather for our annual communal seder, we invite you to join us for a celebration of liberation from all that confines us. Fill your seder plate, grab a haggadah, and sit at the virtual Hevreh seder table for the second night of Passover.
A Guide to Haggadot
Looking to change things up from the Maxwell House Haggadah this Passover? Click below for several wonderful Haggadot that are widely available. For further suggestions, please don’t hesitate to be in touch with Rabbi Hirsch or Rabbi Gordon. While Hevreh is not selling Haggadot directly, we know that these options can be easily found online.
Matzo Ball Soup
Passover Cooking Classes with Julie Gale
What is the secret to making delectable matzo balls: both sinkers and floaters? How can you make matzo brei that doesn't taste like cardboard? Join Julie Gale, owner of At the Kitchen Table Cooking School for a Zoom series. Julie, a Hevreh member of the Board of Trustees, will be teaching two online classes for our community as a Passover special presentation. Learn to make Jewish Penicillin, chicken soup with matzo balls, on Thursday, March 25th at 4:30 pm. Matzo brei, the anytime of day or night favorite, will be taught on Tuesday, March 30th at 10:30 am. There will be no charge for these classes, but you must register early, so that you can receive the recipes and supply lists ahead of time. All secrets will be revealed!
The recipe will be sent ahead of time to registered attendees.
9:30 am | Inspired By Picture Books: Passover Stories
An Exploration of Passover with The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art
Tiny Talmidim and K’tanim families are invited to a morning of storytelling with a craft as we look into freedom and what it means to open the door for Elijah.
10:15-10:45 am | Charoset 2 Ways with the Rabbis
Chag Pesach Sameach! Join us between the two opportunities of the day for a chance to say hello, sing with student Cantor Gabe, and make charoset one of two ways with Rabbi Hirsch or Rabbi Gordon.
11 am | The Magic of Danny Dubin
Hevreh’s Bonim and Tzofim students are invited to a Zoom show full of wonder and sleight of hand–this 30 minute show is full of audience participation, comedy, and fancy camera work. Passover-themed magic is sprinkled throughout the show as we travel through the Passover story and parts of the seder plate magically appear!