We are very excited to celebrate Passover together, and we are delighted to invite you to join us on Zoom for the First Night Seder. Rabbi Noyo will guide us through our Feast of Freedom, sharing a haggadah they have put together, including blessings, songs, and teachings. For the fullest seder experience, we recommend you order a seder meal from Bistro To Go and plan to have matzah and any other ritual foods you would find on a seder plate, so that you can join in when it is time to bless and eat them.
Consider buying some parsley, an egg, and some horseradish. You may also use a chicken bone or a beet in place of a shank bone, and you can use chopped apples and nuts to make a quick charoset. You may order Passover wine through the WJC through Friday, March 17.
At the conclusion of our seder, we will enjoy dinner in small breakout “tables.” Please fill out our Dinner Group Signup Genius, to register and receive Zoom link. You also have the option of pre-arranging who you will be placed with in your breakout “table.”
Monday – Thursday
11 am – 5 pm
11 am – 3 pm
Shul open for services.
Commitment to Sustainability
We care deeply for our corner of holy ground — 35 acres that includes welcoming trails through woods, across fields, and past wetlands and ponds.
We share the Jewish approach to living in balance and harmony with the earth. We do it through teaching and we do it through practice.
Our goal is to be an organization that fulfills the Torah teaching to be Shomrei Adamah: Guardians of the Earth. Our actions have been recognized by Hazon, the largest Jewish environmental organization in the United States.