The Passover Haggadah is generally considered to be understood as a composite work of centuries that narrates the story of the Exodus from Egypt. But what about our very act of retelling the Passover story itself? How are we to share these stories?
Join Beth Huppin, Director of Project Kavod/Dignity at Jewish Family Service, and Rabbi Samuel Klein, Director of Jewish Engagement, Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle, for an online learning opportunity held over Zoom.
We will discover together new ways of experiencing the Seder, and ask: how might Passover actually be about reframing our habits and patterns of everyday speech? How might this reframing guide us during this challenging time when we will not be able to gather for the seder in traditional ways?
Thursday, March 19, 2020
12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Join via the Zoom link here.
Helpful resources available for downloading here.
This online learning opportunity is presented in partnership with the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle. Stay tuned for additional online workshops and presentations later in the month.
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