Community Second Seder at TIS
Thursday, April 6th, 5:45 p.m.
Passover is the most widely celebrated of all the Jewish holidays. While the celebration and the foods may differ from home to home, or community to community, it is absolutely a cornerstone of our tradition.
This year, Rabbi Mathew Marko and Cantor Hanan Leberman invite you to join us for a fun, engaging, musical, and meaningful Passover Seder. Together, we’ll retell the story of our liberation from Egypt.
The cost is as follows:
- Adults $60
- Children 2 – 13 years old $36
Click here to make your online reservation. You may also call the office with a credit card or call and let us know you’ll be sending in a check.
All reservations must be received by Friday, March 31st, at 12:00 noon.
Our Seder Menu provided by John Baylin Catering
Complete Seder platter and plate of matzah at each table.
- Gefilte fish with beet horseradish
- Pear tomatoes, sliced cucumbers, lettuce leaves
The Soup Course:
- Traditional chicken soup with matzah ball, shredded chicken, shredded carrots & celery
- Vegan option - vegetable soup (non-vegan matzah balls by request)
- Chicken tagine with Moroccan-seasoned chicken breast with roasted shallot & onion confit, cured lemon & olives
- Grilled, roasted & steamed vegetable platter including broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, carrots, sweet peppers & zucchini Slices
- Roasted new potatoes, sweet potatoes & yams
- Salad of roasted eggplant & tomato slices, basil leaves, in tomato vinaigrette
Vegan Entrée Option:
- Peppers stuffed with mushroom quinoa with roasted tomato sauce
- Flourless chocolate cake with chopped fruit & berries