Passover

 

  

First Night Passover Seder in Oakland

EXODUS from Slavery to Freedom! An artistic Passover Seder

FRI, APR 19, 7:30 PM
Cost: Child (under 13): $18 / Member: $62 / General: $72
Oakstop: 274 14th Street, Oakland 94612 

Why is this Seder different from all other Seders?

Join us and a group of artists for a very special Passover Seder in a spectacular downtown Oakland loft. We’ll gather on the first night of Passover to commemorate the journey from slavery to liberation through storytelling, artistic experiences, and our unique spin on traditional holiday foods. Local artists will interpret specific sections of the haggadah during our Seder through song, drama, and comedy, while interweaving Jewish mysticism and creative thinking throughout. This will be a Seder like no other.

Created with JCC East Bay Shamash Resident Rabbi Dr. Rebecca Joseph.

Seating is limited.

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The JCC East Bay is deeply grateful to the Laszlo N. Tauber Family Foundation for their generous support of the Shamash Residency.


First Night Passover Seders in Berkeley

Family Seder

FRI, APR 19, 5–6:15 PM
Cost: Child (under 8): $18 / Adult (8 and up): $36
JCC East Bay, Berkeley branch

Enjoy a delicious, buffet-style Passover meal. Family Seder is a kid-friendly event for people with children aged 2-7.

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Community Seder

FRI, APR 19, 7:30–9:30 PM
Cost: Child (under 13): $18 / Member: $62 / General: $72
JCC East Bay, Berkeley branch

Gather for a warm, lively, and social celebration to sing, tell stories, and enjoy a delicious meal. Open to all ages.

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Berkeley seders are led by Rabbi Bridget Wynne of Jewish Gateways  


Older Adult Holiday Community Lunches

Purim: THU, MAR 21, 12 PM / Passover: MON, APR 22, 12 PM ($15)
JCC East Bay, Berkeley branch

Celebrate the holidays with a delicious meal, a nice schmooze, and some new traditions. Join friends, community members, and our new Shamash Resident for these warm and festive celebrations.

 

We are grateful for the support of the Walter and Elise Haas Fund, Koret Foundation, Jewish Federation and the Jewish Community Foundation of the East Bay, and Taube Foundation for Jewish Life & Culture
The JCC East Bay is deeply grateful to the Laszlo N. Tauber Family Foundation for their generous support of the Shamash Residency