Passover, April 7th at 6:00 p.m. RSVPing is cool!

Passover Sign-Up List.Below is a list of Passover needs. Please bring a potluck dish and a place setting (plate/bowl, silverware, cup), wine/juice and pillows for reclining if you like. The Hall has things we can use if anyone forgets.Flowers for the tables always welcome!

WIJC has Haggadot

Seder plates & Matzoh covers: COVERED, Candlesticks and candles (at least 2 pair): COVERED, Elijah’s and Miriam’s cup: COVERED, matzah: NEED MORE,karpas (parsley) : COVERED, maror (horseradish or bitter herb) : NEEDED,pesach (roasted bone or bleeding beet for vegetarian option): COVERED,charoset (2 or more): NEEDED, eggs: NEED MORE

For the Potluck Meal please bring something to share and label your dish vegetarian, dairy-free, gluten-free, kosher, etc.For the curious or as a reminder, the Torah mentions five grains as chometz: any food product that contains wheat, rye, oats, barley, and spelt; chometz refers to anything that has been allowed to leaven.At Passover, some Ashkenazi Jews (those from Europe) may also refrain from eating corn, rice, legumes, and peanuts, items known at kityot.Jews around the world have different practices—please bring what you want to share.

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One response to “Passover, April 7th at 6:00 p.m. RSVPing is cool!

  1. Katlaina and I will be there and looking forward to celebrating with you all. Kattlaina will be bring a scrumptious dessert and I will leave it to her to entice you with her description.

    Jerome

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