The Mansfield community is invited to participate in the community ‘home-style’ Seder to be held on Friday evening, April 6 at the . The Seder will feature rich discussion about Passover, delicious food, joyous singing, Matzah, wine and fun games for the kids. Rabbi Yossi Kivman, will spice it up with his humor and explanations.
Whether you were planning a Seder and would rather join the community this year or if you haven’t ever made a Seder or you are somewhere in between – the communal ‘home-style’ Seder is for you.
The community Passover Seder will be held on Friday evening, April 6 2012 at 7:30 p.m. at the Mansfield Holiday Inn. IMPORTANT: There is an ‘open-door’ policy. Which means, that you can come and leave whenever you feel you need to. No questions asked.
Reflecting the economic challenges facing many, the pricing structure has changed to enable all who wish to participate to be able to attend the Seder. While there’s a suggested charge of $36 per adult and $18 per child, all participants are invited to make a donation of their choice, from one dollar and up.
The Seder must be reserved in advance, via the online reservation form at www.JewishMansfield.com/Seder or by contacting Rabbi Kivman at 508-339-8767.
The eight-day festival of Passover is celebrated this year from sundown on Friday, April 6, until after nightfall on Saturday, April 14. Passover commemorates the exodus of the Jews from Egypt and will be celebrated with festive “Seder” dinners on April 6 and 7. Other holiday observances include restricting the consumption of leavened products such as bread and pasta, instead eating unleavened matzah. Additional information about the Passover holiday is available at http://www.JewishMansfield.com/Passover.
To order kosher-for-Passover ‘shmura’ Matzah or wine go to www.JewishMansfield.com/MatzahWine