This event is hosted by Cedar Lane Unitarian Universalist Church (CLUUC).
The last evening of Passover, also overlapping with the conclusion of Easter, has been devoted to the messianic anticipation of a world of harmoniousness, justice, and compassion. And so, we come together to celebrate the interconnectedness of all life. We come together to express our commitment to heal each other, our communities, and our climate. Come join CLUUC in envisioning a world envisioned by the Hebrew Prophets and the great sages throughout the ages. Come sing, laugh and imagine a better future for all. This Seder is a vegetarian and dairy potluck. We honor the ancient Passover dietary tradition of not eating foods made with yeast. So no breads, pastas, or cakes, please. The committee will provide the ritual foods such as matzoh, eggs, charoset, bitter herbs and wine/grape juice.