At Mount Zion, we celebrate Passover with a seder on the first night and with a festival morning service on the first day. On the seventh day, we have a festival morning that also includes a yizkor (memorial) service at Sholom East. Learn more about Passover.
Join us in a communal celebration of Passover led by Jonathan Eisenthal. A sumptuous Passover feast will be served!
Price by April 5: $28 members, $36 non-members, $18 Children
(After April 5 $35 members, $45 non-members, $20 children)
Price includes having a filled Seder plate and grape juice at every table. Feel free to bring your own Seder plate or other Passover items to personalize your experience. If you wish to have wine, please bring your own kosher-for-Passover bottle.
There will be a Shabbat Daily Service in the Chapel at 5:45 pm before the Seder.
Passover 2018 – The Seder Plate and Today’s Refugees
The Passover Seder plate is one of the oldest symbolic representations of the Jewish people’s historic refugee experience. In the face of unprecedented efforts to limit refugees’ ability to seek safety in the United States – even as more people are displaced by violence and persecution than ever before – these powerful symbols of both the unimaginable suffering and the boundless resilience and hope of refugees feel particularly poignant. Download HIAS’ 2018 Haggadah supplement to explore these symbols in the context of the contemporary refugee crisis.