This is a chance to celebrate with your Unity family and to think about the ways we have experienced liberation in the past year and the ways we want to move forward in the coming year.

Passover or Pesach, as the festival is called in Israel, commemorates the deliverance of the children of Israel from Egyptian bondage. The Seder is a ritual performed by a community or by multiple generations of a family for a retelling of the Biblical story of liberation. The “Last Supper” of the Gospels was a Passover Seder. Seder customs include telling and discussing the story, and partaking of symbolic foods.

Our Seder is a covered dish event with each person bringing a specific part of the Passover meal.
Please sign up in advance at the church to reserve your place and coordinate what part of the meal you will provide.  This is a non-alcoholic and vegetarian Seder.

See Vegetarian Seder Recipes