This woven tapestry representing the Jewish Holidays is just off my loom at Woven Judaica @ Ephods and Pomegranates. It’s big, 29″ x 9′
from right to left:
Purim – purple for Queen Esther
Passover – red for Lamb’s Blood
Rosh Hashanah – gold for Honey
Yom Kippur – white for Forgiveness
Shabbat – blue for Peace
Sukkot – green for harvest
Chanukkah – orange for Candle Flames
Some photos from our Family Passover Celebration
Matzo Ball Soup
A Dinosaur Eats an Egg
Teaching the Young. The Kippah is from Terezin.
Community Passover Seder April 1 (Yes, Early)
People of the Mountain – Am HaHar
Saturday, April 1 — 4:00 PM — at Sue’s in Clifftops
One of the benefits of being a small group is that we can adjust things here and there to be sure everyone can participate. Because some of our folks will be out of town on April 10, we will be holding our Passover Seder on the evening of Friday, March 31. That also gives us the special experience of a Shabbat.
This will be a traditional format haggadah. It will be held at Sue’s home. which has lots of room for people and parking. To help accommodate families, it will begin at 6:00 PM. Please plan on 3 hours for the Seder and related social time. (Bring PJs for little ones if you like!) Please feel free to invite friends!
We need to get an attendance estimate as soon as possible, so please RSVP here or to firstname.lastname@example.org with number of adults and children. We’ll suggest dishes to bring as the day gets closer.
Another plus to our early celebration is that you get to celebrate twice, if you have somewhere to go April 10th.
The Passover Seder is traditionally celebrated at home, with family and guests.
Here are some resources for your Humanistic Passover Seder.