On Sunday, March 18 at 5pm, you are invited to join the Brotherhood of Temple Beth Hillel and the Men of Temple Ahavat Shalom as we come together for a special joint Men’s Seder. This special service and dinner, modeled after
the traditional Passover Seder, provides a comfortable and ‘safe’ space for the men of TAS to explore and celebrate what it means to be a contemporary Jewish man. This year’s theme will be Passover around the world, so that we can incorporate practices that are unfamiliar. The event will at Temple Beth Hillel in the Mercaz building at the end of their parking lot on Sunday, March 18th.
The menu will consist of traditional Passover foods as well as the following Sephardic Passover dinner (catered by TBH Brotherhood Member Scott Tessler):
- Gefilte Fish, Lettuce, and Tomatoes, served with red and white horseradish
- Grilled Chicken Skewers with Tzatziki Sauce and Bordelaise Sauce
- Basmati Rice
- Matzah and Margarine
- Passover Honey Cake, Sponge Cake, and Macaroons
- Mélange of fresh sliced fruit
- Citrus punch and ice water
- Kosher wine and grape juice
The cost of the meal is $25. You can pay at the door* or online, but first you need to RSVP on the TBH Events Page.
If you are interested in carpooling from Temple Ahavat Shalom to Temple Beth Hillel, we have a carpool signup list here.
Reservations are due by Thursday, March 15, 2018 at 6PM (note: this date is subject to change as we finalize arrangements)
Please invite your brothers, fathers, uncles and friends to join you. TAS or TBH affiliation is NOT required for this event.