The seder is a delightful event. Approximately 200 people sit down together to celebrate and remember the Jews’ deliverance from slavery to freedom. It is a participatory service – with both adults and children having parts in the seder. The seder is led by Rabbi Cosnowsky and Rabbi Kamil, with songleading by Cindy Michelassi. There is a wonderful camaraderie that is experienced by all.
The synagogue provides haggadot, wine, and all of the food for dinner, with the exception of dessert. Those coming to the seder are asked to bring fresh fruit or pesadik and non-dairy cookies or cake. In addition, each family is asked to send one adult to help set up before the Seder or to help clean up after the seder.
Ideas and Inspiration for Passover