Every spring, to begin the Passover holiday, Jewish families around the world gather for a ceremonial meal called a Seder. Seders include rituals to retell the Hebrew bible story of Exodus about slaves escaping tyranny. The values embraced in the Seder celebration are an integral part of Unitarian Universalism. At the UUFCC’s Freedom Seder you can
- be a part of an intergenerational celebration,
- learn about a neighboring faith,
- experience a Passover Seder (UU style),
- rejoice in our freedom,
- sing great songs,
- eat yummy food,
- and contribute to social action for justice and equality!
Join in this liberally adapted Seder and enjoy a wonderful night of fellowship; restore your hope and renew your commitment to work for justice.
All are welcome! Look for the date in the spring on the UUFCC’s calendar of events and watch for details on the Web and in UU Connections.